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First, I'm short of 4 HP Operating and Service Manuals:

 

HP 86290B RF Plug-In. The Operating and Service Manual is available for download, but the service sheets are missing!

 

HP 3762A Data Generator Service Manual required

 

HP 3763A Error Detector Service Manual required

 

HP 3764A Digital Transmission Analyzer Service Manual required

 

I would be grateful if you could please contact me if you have any of these Manuals preferably in .pdf format complete with circuit diagrams / schematics.  It makes life much more difficult, if not impossible, to repair and test equipment without the appropriate Manual.

 
 
 

Second, a few items for my Network Analyser system:

 

HP 11652A Transmission/Reflection Kit for the 8407A which contains: the 11652A-60009 Power Splitter; the 8721A Directional Bridge; 1250-0929 BNC Short; 11652-60001 Precision BNC 50Ω Terminations; 11652-0002,3,4 BNC Cable Assemblies; and 2 other BNC Adaptors.

 

HP 11667A Power Splitter for the 8410C, DC to 18GHz.  I have bid several times for these but they go for too high a price for me.  I have a Greenpar Power Splitter that is good to 10GHz. 

 
 
 
Third, a desirable for my Power Meters if found at a reasonable price:
 

 

 

 

HP 11683A Range Calibrator.  To check the calibration of my HP 435, 436 & 438 Power Meters.  These seem to go for crazy prices on eBay.  I'm considering designing an alternative using a spare 435B Power Meter and 8481A Power Sensor.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fourth, a desirable item for my Spectrum Analyser system:

 

The HP 08555-60077 Service Kit would be useful but I have never seen one on eBay.  The special cables are available from GLK Instruments and extend the RF & IF Sections outside the 141T Chassis, plus there is an inter-connecting cable between the RF & IF Sections.  Very expensive though!

 

 

 

Fifth and finally an additional useful item:

 

HP 8406A Comb Generator which is a very old design but still expensive, so I am considering designing an alternative.  This generates frequency markers at 1MHz, 10MHz and 100MHz with usable harmonics to beyond 5GHz.  This is recommended test equipment for several items.