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Tektronix Scope Contest Is Nearly Over!

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kfield
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Not just any old scope
kfield   10/21/2013 11:54:05 AM
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And as a reminder -- and a huge thanks to our partner Tektronix, the lucky winner will receive a Tektronix MS02024B scope worth $3,650.00. And be honest, we are all lusting for one of these!

David Ashton
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Re: Not just any old scope
David Ashton   10/21/2013 8:55:07 PM
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Lusting, huh? Whatever turns you on, baby.....   I have always hankered after a good scope myself......but I guess the Tek MSO's are that good they're worth lusting after!

Susan Rambo
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Winning the scope: Last day today
Susan Rambo   10/26/2013 2:00:29 PM
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Today is the last day to submit an entry in the Tektronix scope contest. Read this blog for details.

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