[time-nuts] lunatic fringe time standards

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Wed Apr 14 16:51:46 UTC 2010


Hi -- a couple somewhat lunatic questions. Figured this would
be the best place to ask.

Anyone aware of a time standard which compensates in regards
to an ideal flat-spacetime-at-rest-relatively-to-cosmic-background
reference clock? I realize this is not relevant for any affordable
clocks.

Unrelated, anyone aware of a hardware (IC) counter which
counts in a (local-bitflip) Gray code, so it can track a very
fast (integrated?) oscillator without dropping cycles? 

P.S. Thanks for pointing me towards GPSDOs. Any European/German
local alternatives to the Trimble Thunderbolt?

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