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New! Precision TDR Pulse Generator for Ham Radio features TDR computer with 150ps pulse Tr.

Aurora, Oregon, May 1, 2013. PreciseRF announced today that the new TDR-CableScout® will be introduced at the annual SEA-PAC Ham Convention May 31-June 2, 2013 at Seaside, Oregon  The TDR-CableScout® gives Hams, with access to an oscilloscope, the means to analyze transmission lines and circuit board strip lines. Line impedance from 50 ohms to 600 […]

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TDR CableScout Pulse Generator

March 15, 2013, Aurora, Oregon. The new TDR-CableScout is a unique new pulse generator for testing transmission lines from 50-600 ohms used by ham radio operators. Unlike expensive commercial TDR systems which include a dedicated display, the TDR-CableScout is an entirely new product. It is an accessory for your oscilloscope. It is a smart, very high speed pulse generator, with […]

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Updated application note released

Application note entitled “Measuring Return Loss with an oscilloscope and a Return Loss Bridge (RLB)” has been completely re-written. We expanded and made corrections to this application note. There existed some confusion as to the definition of “return loss” particularly whether it is a positive or negative quantity. Also improved is the step-by-step procedure on […]

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Recommended Scopes

For HF measurements, a 50-100 MHZ scope will work very well. For two meter measurements a 200MHz scope is needed. We recommend portable scopes. They are simple and reliable and lower cost than bench top scopes. There are still some CRT scopes available new, but most manufacturers now produce only DSO (Digital Storage Oscilloscopes). While […]

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NIST Calibration Certificate

All PreciseRF products are now available with an optional NIST calibration certificate. To add the NIST calibration certificate to your order, simply select the option from the drop down on the product page. The NIST calibration certificate is provided for users needing a calibration reference showing the actual performance achieved. This calibration is done using […]

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PreciseRF at SEA-PAC 2012

PreciseRF engineer, Robert Kirkpatrick of KI6HNA, stands ready for another demo of PreciseRF products at the Sea-PAC convention in Seaside, Oregon. Audrie Crane, in charge of sales at the convention, is pleased to report that interest in our products continues to grow with brisk sales to Ham Radio operators.

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PreciseRF to Exhibit at SEA-PAC June 1,2,3

PreciseRF will exhibit its new product at the SEA-PAC convention in Seaside Oregon, June 1, 2, 3. Our team is looking forward to meeting all Ham Radio enthusiasts at the show. See all of new new products which are ideally suited to maximize your signal quality and RF output. To kick off our business, we have some really attractive deals […]

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PreciseRF open for business

The PresiseRF team is proud to announce opening the doors to our new business. Said Roger Stenbock “After a nearly a year of intense product development, production of inventory, (all in-house made in the USA), we are pleased that all the pieces, from product development, production of inventory, organizing and launching the eCommerce store, all […]

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PreciseRF Discloses Invention

On November 29th 2011, the Unites States Patent and Trade Mark Office (USPTO) notified PreciseRF that it acknowledged receipt and disclosure of a new invention entitled ENVELOPE DETECTOR WITH RF POWERED BIASING CIRCUIT and accordingly, this new invention is entitled to patent protection under 35 U.S.C. 111,  including establishing the invention filing date and authorizing […]

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Linearity upgrade introduced

A new low level detecter provides QRP (low power) demodulation with high linearity at 100% modulation levels. This unique bias scheme is entirely passive and does not require an external power source. This new circuit was developed by the design team at the W1RMS labs.

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