[time-nuts] LORAN-C at MIT
paulswedb at gmail.com
Sun Apr 15 17:50:32 EDT 2012
Great wx at MIT today and I did see you with a few bargains. I think the
sun was getting to me plus wheeling dirt around yesterday and today. I am
The SRS fs700 was from Kevin and at the start he wanted $150. Glad it found
I did pickup the simulator for $10 and 2 X 2100Fs and a 2100 each $20. They
all seem to work though someone was messing with the cables internally to
the one of the Fs. After putting them in the correct order the unit was
fine. I always look first before plugging in.
Stan would have been good to meet you. Though as I say it was getting
toasty in the sun.
Lots of smaller bargains also. Odds and ends stuff.
The fellow with the LORAN stuff said it came from a ham that had passed
away. That must have been some time-nut. There were still several austrons
there. 2 X timing rcvrs of the 2000 class and a 2000c. Just to heavy to
carry out. Plus they may have been gold. ;-) I know the HP paper was.
Though I picked up 6 rolls.
On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 5:30 PM, Stan, W1LE <stanw1le at verizon.net> wrote:
> The young fellow in the white truck quoted me a price for the FS700 as
> My main interest was the ovenized 10 MHz source inside.
> I did not see the simulator. That would of tweaked my interest...
> I strolled on, looking for the food vendor....
> Stan, W1LE Cape Cod
> On 4/15/2012 3:52 PM, J. Forster wrote:
>> Some did. Possibly not all. I know a local time nut who bought one. There
>> was some other, older, Austron stuff (2 pieces) that had not sold by about
>> Before you ask, I do not know the seller.
>> FWIW, I asked about the price early on. He didn't know and was playing on
>> eBay with his iPoo to get a price. I told him LORAN was defunct and he
>> didn't seem to believe me, so I voted with my feet and shopped elsewhere.
>> At that time he had 3 2100Fs in a 4 or 5 foot rack in a box truck, plus
>> some loose stuff.
>> Silly thought, but do you know if the 2100F units sold or not. I'm
>>> interested at that price as Loran still good in UK (plus I used to sell
>>> these when I worked for Austron, and would be nice to actually own one).
>>> Rob Kimberley
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>>> Behalf Of J. Forster
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>>> Subject: [time-nuts] LORAN-C at MIT
>>> At the MIT Flea today, I saw 4x Austron 2100Fs for about $25 each. There
>>> also a LORAN-C simulator and a Stanford LORAN-C unit for $200.
>>> Seems the stuff is hitting the skids.
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