[time-nuts] Agilent rep looking .. 5370A and 5370B.

Dr. David Kirkby drkirkby at medphys.ucl.ac.uk
Thu Jun 9 06:27:39 EDT 2005

John Miles wrote:
> Forwarded from the HP/Agilent Yahoo group.  Please respond to Dave
> Cunningham at dcunningham (at) agilent DOT com if you're interested in helping out
> with any of these.
> I have hosted a copy of his spreadsheet in .html format at:
> http://www.speakeasy.net/~jmiles1/ke5fx/manuals_needed.htm
Great to see its in HTML, not some propietry thing like Excel.

The HP5370B time interval counter is on his list, but not the HP5370A, which I assume some of you own. 
I've suggested he add the A, and perhaps subtract the B, since I have done the HP5370B


although I guess HP could do a better job than me.

Others who have the A might want suggest that too. I've not no idea of how many own the A. I guess the 
most serious amounst you probably own several A's, several B's and several of the Stanford SR 620's too!!

I'm not considering myself serious, but what thinking the other day a second HP5370B would be nice. 
However, I will get my pendulum clocked to a 10811A (or perhaps a Stanford PRS10) first, before 
worrying about anything else.

Dr. David Kirkby PhD CEng MIEE,
Senior Research Fellow,
Department of Medical Physics,
Mallet Place Engineering Building,
Gower St,
University College London,
London WC1E 6BT.

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