Grid-Dip meter was or still is common for checking resonate circuits.k9-cop said:Yeah that is the problem is that I have several different styles that I have aquired over the last few years. I only work with radios in the public safety bands, no hams or anything like that. So there is no one piece of equipment that I can purchase and hook the antennas up to for tuning etc.?
k9-cop said:Forgive my ignorance but I am looking for a machine on Ebay to accomplish what I am looking for to test my UHF/VHF antennas. Will this machine work for what I want to do?
If not would someone post some ebay links for me for what I need? If there is something a little better than what I posted could you post it as well? Thanks for the time and patients.
LOL! That IS the cheaper end! When you said you "work" with radios in the public safety band, I thought you meant professionally. I've never known a professional radio shop or tech to not have a service monitor, and they cost a couple grand on the low end (without spectrum analyser).k9-cop said:Yikes that is spendy! Any non digital ones that are on the cheaper end?