Hello all, I have found this Circuit board of some sort. If you can would you be able to identify this board and possibly what it does!
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I can't give you any definitive answer but I'd guess at it been a blank pin out board of some sorts.
Being Marconi, I would suggest something related to broadcasting...TV, Satellite, Radio
Okay cheers, my mate said they were worth the big price of £7. Those pictures were directly from the playground
Well I like a challenge but the closet I could come was to find it listed here: Electronic Parts by Alenia Marconi Systems LTD: S-82-7600-01, S-68-0082, S-68-0082-02, S-84-0084, S-84-0084-02, S-84-0086, S-84-0086-01, S-84-0088, S-84-0088-01, S-84-0103, S-84-0103-01, S-84-0182, S-84-0182-01, S-84-0320-01, SMSWOLFB3 as a "Circuit Card Assembly"...
Some form of PCB from a Gemini Micro PCQuote:
COMPUTER RECOGNITION SYSTEMS GEMINI PC-3 8937-0000 894
Also seeing similarities with -
Computer Recognition Systems 8937 0000 Gemini PC 3 PCB Biorad Quaestor Q7 | eBay
I can see the similarities!Quote:
Originally Posted by CHR1S
I would like to see what the PCB is from, but we can't has the model hasn't been printed onto it. But researching the company what is in the post by @sparkeh suggested that it came from Alenia Marconi Systems LTD.
According to there Wikipedia page the PCB could of been to into production on ATC Equipment, Air Defense Systems, Airport Infrastructure, Command on Control, Communication Systems, Data Links, Simulators and radar. The company dissolved into BAE systems.
Did a Google Search on "Frequency Agile" and it seem to point to these:
Had anything like this go missing or disposed of recently?
Interesting. It has a NSN mark. NSN stands for NATO Stock Number, and if there is one next to it it should have the figures '99' in there somewhere designating it a UK part. But seeing as it's a PCB blank it has not been made to any particular spec yet and no number added. what ever it is I suspect it is quite old at 20 years+