[time-nuts] RFX GPSDO - Anybody played with one of these?
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Mon Oct 1 12:34:02 EDT 2012
That's not a bad price for one piece.
From: time-nuts-bounces at febo.com [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On
Behalf Of Don Latham
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2012 12:27 PM
To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] RFX GPSDO - Anybody played with one of these?
Hello Hal and all:
Here's the answer I got:
A single unit would set you back $465.00 and delivery would be in the
region of 6
Steven Wilson (史帝文)
Unit 11A, Oakbank Park, Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland,EH53 0TH, U.K.
Tel - +44 (0)1506 439222, Fax - +44 (0)1506 439333
email/skype: steven.wilson at rfx.co.uk
Perhaps time-nuts would be interested in a group purchase?
> tjv at westwood-tech.com said:
>> information appeared to be non-existent. IMHO for pretty much
>> that is for sale, if you have to ask for the price it is a scam.
> Yes, when it says "call for pricing", I usually drop interest. But I
> wouldn't say "scam". How about "not targeted at my corner of the
> I can think of several reasons for not publishing a price.
> 1) The product doesn't really exist yet. They have done the research
> haven't finished up and handed off to manufacturing. They are looking
> initial customers so they can tune things to fit what customers really
> (and are willing to pay for). You want the tall skinny version? Fine,
> make that first. How tall?
> 2) The product is tricky to use. They want to make sure it will work
> well in
> your application.
> 3) The product has lots of interacting options/parameters. They only
> stock a
> few combinations. If you want to buy more than a handful, you can get a
> better price by picking the right options.
> These are my opinions. I hate spam.
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