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Old 8th November 2012, 09:45 AM   #771
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Of course you got metal plated inside by now, no worries.
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That one is a 200MHz Dave's playing with. I wonder if the slower models are any quieter for us analogue low signal level buffs.
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Old 8th November 2012, 09:52 AM   #775
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That one is a 200MHz Dave's playing with. I wonder if the slower models are any quieter for us analogue low signal level buffs.
The one 100Mhz one or the 70Mhz one are the same, they only have a fixed analog filter. The filter is not software controlled and you cannot upgrade (like in the previous models) the bandwidth. When bandwidth limited to 20Mhz I doubt that you will see the/a difference between the 200 and the 70Mhz versions. I will produce that picture.
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I already got a 100MHz 1000 series so 200MHz would be optimum but they pound with pricing there.
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Old 8th November 2012, 10:00 AM   #777
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I already got a 100MHz 1000 series so 200MHz would be optimum but they pound with pricing there.
I think the real difference is the 12bit capability, especially when producing FFT's. That is why I got a DS2000 version.
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Old 8th November 2012, 10:58 AM   #778
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Yes, there are no holes drilled in the corners. Some people may mount the PCBs not with screws so we did not drill the holes but you can before mounting the components.
The pad coating is galvanic silver.
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Like how? Soft pads for resilient mounting?
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Yes, there are foamed rubber pads with a slot i use sometimes. I make a photo.
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