[time-nuts] Fury OEM GPSDO board
didier at cox.net
Sun Sep 30 22:03:41 EDT 2007
Will the Fury board work with a GPS receiver other than an M12?
Would it make sense to even want to do that, or would the performance be
sacrificed too much?
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> Subject: [time-nuts] Fury OEM GPSDO board
> Hi guys,
> ok, we have enough interest, and I cleared the project with
> marketing. We can offer the units new with warranty for $550
> each to Time Nuts members.
> So far I have the following members noted:
> Please let me know if there is additional interest. We can
> ship the units throughout the next week. We can accept PayPal
> (preferred), US checks, or wire-transfers. I will get in
> touch with you offline about payment details.
> Since not all OCXO's and oscillators that are out there may
> work with the Fury really well, we will give a functional
> return warranty (units need to be clean, un-modified and in
> working order to be returned). Shipping cannot be refunded.
> Please see the attached image for what you will receive: the
> PCB with SMA connectors for 10MHz input and the EFC output,
> and an adapter cable for the M12+ GPS antenna to BNC. No
> OCXO is included.
> The external OCXO can also be powered from the unit (at
> 10.45V with 250mA max current, most 12V OCXO's will run well
> at 10.45V) - that has the advantage of the unit being able to
> offer temperature compensation for OCXO's that have a linear
> temperature-to-current relationship.
> The Fury expects a 10MHz Sine or CMOS output from the OCXO
> and will work between 0dBm and +10dBm. The Fury will generate
> 0V to +5V EFC voltage. It runs from a 11.0V to 14.0V clean
> external DC supply. An LCD (16x2) and a single-key button can
> optionally be connected for status information. The 10MHz
> from the OCXO will be buffered (emitter-follower without
> gain) and is available as a low-pass filtered, buffered Sine
> Wave output and also as a fast-slew-rate 50 Ohm compatible
> CMOS output.
> Thanks for your interest everyone,
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