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Power meter calibration/certification



When I got into building repeaters this year, I wanted a "good" wattmeter. I picked up a used Telewave 44a. It's a much older unit, and its calibration date is way back in the late 90's. Since there was a discussion about higher tier wattmeters recently perhaps some of you will be looking for the Bird or Telewave meters. Since most all of these in the used market are probably out of calibration, where would you send the meter for calibration? I really don't need it traceable to NIST, but that may be the only option.

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