GAW 1012 Sig Gen Manual Needed

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albush
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GAW 1012 Sig Gen Manual Needed

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Does anyone have available a manual for a GAW 1012 signal generator. I need a copy (am willing to pay). THANKS!
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Re: GAW 1012 Sig Gen Manual Needed

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What is the manufacturer name shown on the front panel or serial number tag?? That model number does not appear to be valid for Motorola Communications test equipment products.
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Re: GAW 1012 Sig Gen Manual Needed

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Sorry, this is not a Motorola product. GAW was a spin off of Measurements div of Edison. I believe they were located in New Jersey for a time and in Tulsa as well. I think some of the engineers from Measurements formed the company after Edison shut down the Measurements division. It is very similar to some of the turret based Motorola/Measurements generators with the only tube being a nuvistor and a piston based attenuator but with the welcome addition of an accurate frequency counter built in. I am having problems getting sufficient deviation levels and need schematics/alignment instructions. I have seen 3 of these generators in the last year on e-bay and 2 at hamfests but none had manuals. The actual label says GAW Electronics, Inc., model 1012.
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