Unless you really need the frequency measurement accuracy I would put the money into bandwidth rather than buying a frequency counter.Also I'm curious iif I might get more use out of/learn more from buying say a20Mhz-60Mhz scope and a frequency counter or just buying a 100Mhz scope.
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