[amsat-bb] Re: s-band crystal
Nigel Gunn G8IFF/W8IFF
nigel at ngunn.net
Mon Sep 13 20:03:55 PDT 2010
Remember that "less than a buck" crystals are mass produced, often to relatively loose tolerances and poor temperature
stability, and is unlikely to match your oscillator configuration.
A properly cut crystal to your specification will probably cost you 30-40 bucks.
My choice of supplier is http://www.quartslab.co.uk/
Don't forget to specify the oscillator configuration and component values if they don't know your particular
On 14-Sep-10 02:32, Gary Lockhart wrote:
> Dear list,
> Does anyone have a 8.8125Mhz crystal they can part with? This does not seem to
> be a standard part for Mouser or Newark (not really surprising). I am converting
> a Cal. Amp Downconverter p/n 130016. The conversion instructions suggest going
> to ICM but their web site didn't seem set-up for buying one crystal worth less
> than a buck
> Thanks, Gary AB3ID
> Snow Hill, MD
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