Levell TG302


I bought a 2 MHz signal generator on eBay for £17+£11 (p+p), Levell TG302 Function Generator. The TG303 has a frequency counter, but the TG302 does not.

Maybe it works, maybe not… apparently (according to the vendor) it powers up and has no handle.

Yes, I could have made a signal generator using an Arduino, or a small IC, see Sending out the right signals, but I’ve been meaning to do that for over three years (in order to connect to my first oscilloscope) and still haven’t got around to it so I took a punt and thought I’d get a piece of cheap secondhand lab kit.

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