All items are being sold as-is. To my knowledge, items should be fully functional unless indicated in the item description. Price indicated does not include shipping, which will be the actual shipping cost to your location from ZIP code 97003. If you are interested in purchasing items, please email me at milldrum at gmail dot com
Canon AE-1 Kit
Canon AE-1 body with the standard Canon 50 mm lens. Also includes a Canon 70 – 150 mm zoom lens, and a CPC 28 mm macro lens. I also have the original AE-1 manuals and a nice Lowepro Nova 1 case for all of the kit.
Tektronix 7603 Oscilloscope Mainframe
I’ve had this old warhorse for a while, but never seem to need it now that I have a DSO with decent specs. Includes 7A26 dual trace amplifier, 7B53A dual time base, and 7A13 differential comparator. 100 MHz bandwith.
For local pickup only, for obvious reasons.
An old classic. Surplus to my needs, since I’ve been using the Si5351 so heavily here now.
Tektronix TPS 2000 series LCD module
A replacement LCD module for the Tektronix TPS 2000 serious digital oscilloscopes. I picked this up at the Tek Company Store when I worked there back in the day, but I don’t think there’s much chance I’ll be needing it. Tek P/N 650-4349-01 or 119-6625-01.
Raspberry Pi Model B (V1)
The original! Comes with an laser-cut acrylic enclosure with fancy pi cutout. I have two to sell.
Cypress CY3217 PSoC Programmer
Used to program Cypress 8-bit PSoC mixed signal controllers. Never used.
TI LM4F120 Stellaris LaunchPad Eval Kit
ARM Cortex-M4F development board. Currently out of production, but there is quite a bit of support for these TI dev boards.
TI TM4C124G Tiva C LaunchPad Eval Kit
ARM Cortex-M4F development board. In current production. Pretty powerful microcontroller and a fair bit of support for this ecosystem.
I have two of these: one in the original box and one without.
$10 (in box)/$8 (no box)
SparkFun Arduino Pro Mini 328 – 5V/16MHz
One of the classic Arduino variants. Remember that you need a separate USB/UART bridge to program this.
Neat little ATSAMD21-based board, I just never got around to using it much. Very tiny.
To be honest, I’m not even sure exactly which model of Softrock this is. I can tell you that it is one of the earliest ones and that it works just fine. I have the 20 meter and 40 meter plug-in modules for it, along with crystals for 14.060 MHz and 7.030 MHz.
ARRL’s Low Power Communication (1st Ed.)
By Richard Arland, K7SZ
Learn the basics of how to be a QRP op.
Electronic Communication Systems: Fundamentals through Advanced (4th Ed.)
By Wayne Tomasi
Excellent academic text covering many topics in radio communications. I used this in school.