[time-nuts] Earth: An Oscillator and Frequency Standard
brooke at pacific.net
Sun Nov 5 14:29:08 EST 2006
Thanks for the lab test report on the earth frequency standard. Since
there are a number of frequency/time standards that have much better
performance I'd like to find a way to directly measure the performance
of the earth standard. I've thought about a telescope looking at stars
or maybe a photo detector to look at the light from the closest star to
the earth frequency standard. Do you have any ideas on how to make
w/o Java http://www.pacificsites.com/~brooke/PRC68COM.shtml
Tom Van Baak wrote:
>>>Anyway, how do you compute the Allan Deviation of a sun dial?
>>Oh, God, now someone's going to do it...
>Well, yes, thanks for asking! I did it a year ago.
>The lab report on earth, including Allan deviation is at:
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