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Hi,

The following address contains the a question about a spectrum analizer that is woth up to 500 pts!

http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/bin/ShowQ?qid=10047436

PLEASE HELP!
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This is called ruining your questions so they disappear from the "waiting" list so nobody sees them.  Clever of me, huh?

Theres catagories for a reason.  Use them.
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