[time-nuts] Re: Re: Allan Deviation of Z3801A
Tom Van Baak
tvb at leapsecond.com
Thu Jul 28 12:48:17 EDT 2005
A DBM is a standard RF component, so I
don't think it's something you would build.
HP made them years ago (HP 10514A) and
companies like Mini-Circuits still do; in great
variety and quantity. See, for example:
This will tell you how they work:
I assume you have a good local source for
new or used electronic components. A DBM,
old or new, should not cost very much.
For a photo of the old HP 10514A DBM see:
----- Original Message -----
From: <lymex at vip.sina.com>
To: <tvb at leapsecond.com>
Sent: Thursday, July 28, 2005 08:01
Subject: RE: Re: Allan Deviation of Z3801A
> Dear Tom,
> Thank you so much for you great reply, which clears up most of
> my confusions.
> Also thanks for contacting John for my register problem, I am
> now registered manually by him.
> I have experience on electronics and understand the beat method
> which sound to be a very nice idea. However, I don't have
> experience on how to build a DBM. It seems to me that this is
> the only feasible way to measure Allan Dev, so any help on this
> is greatly appreciated.
> Thanks again, have fun!
> Lymex, BG2VO
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