# Need help IDing parts

#### TominVA

Feb 6, 2017
14
Hi;

First post here. I inherited a lot of electronic components from a relative. Not my field and I am nearly clueless as to what I have. Dont want to throw this stuff away - half of my basement is full of it right now. Wondering if someone can help me ID these first two items so I can sell them without looking too stupid, and maybe learn something at the same time. I did try searching for them on the internet without luck. Guessing too old.

My assumption is they are simple "Crystals". Right or wrong?

First bag - labeled "3.58 MZ". Item I assumed were made in "5-86". other side says "NEL 3.579545 MHZ NE33A". Did a search for "NEL NE33A" with no luck.

2nd bag - labeled "106.00 MHZ". Marked "ERIE 2/82" and "106.00 MHZ".

Need help on what I should call these on EBay.

Please help as the wife says I have to get rid of this stuff quickly or she is going to throw it out with the garbage.

Thanks - Tom

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#### AnalogKid

Jun 10, 2015
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The 106MHz crystal was used in a convertor to drop the 2m band to the 10m amateur band. 144 to 146 Mhz down to 28 to 30MHz.
I do not think that many persons are making convertors these days.
Good answer! Learn something new every day. I wonder if the relative worked for Collins, et al.

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#### Herschel Peeler

Feb 21, 2016
401
Hi;

First post here. I inherited a lot of electronic components from a relative. Not my field and I am nearly clueless as to what I have. Dont want to throw this stuff away - half of my basement is full of it right now. Wondering if someone can help me ID these first two items so I can sell them without looking too stupid, and maybe learn something at the same time. I did try searching for them on the internet without luck. Guessing too old.

My assumption is they are simple "Crystals". Right or wrong?

First bag - labeled "3.58 MZ". Item I assumed were made in "5-86". other side says "NEL 3.579545 MHZ NE33A". Did a search for "NEL NE33A" with no luck.

2nd bag - labeled "106.00 MHZ". Marked "ERIE 2/82" and "106.00 MHZ".

Need help on what I should call these on EBay.

Please help as the wife says I have to get rid of this stuff quickly or she is going to throw it out with the garbage.

Thanks - Tom

Not much of a market for leaded parts these days except to schools and hobbyists.
Donate them to a school with an electronics program if you can find one and take the tax write off.

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