[time-nuts] Rubidium oscillator controlled clock
df6jb at ulrich-bangert.de
Mon Jul 12 06:52:22 UTC 2010
Nice stuff, Bernd!
I understand that you received some negative feedback on your ripple counter
divider circuit but a single resync flipflop on its outputs in front of the
AC04 drivers will do the job.
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> Gesendet: Sonntag, 11. Juli 2010 21:40
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> Betreff: [time-nuts] Rubidium oscillator controlled clock
> Dear list members -
> a couple of weeks ago I found the time-nuts mailing list and
> had a wonderful time reading through old posts as well as
> having a look at the web pages of some of its participants.
> This triggered a long desire of mine to have some kind of a
> homebrew atomic clock - not necessarily based on a cesium primary
> standard, but maybe something built around a cheaper rubidium
> oscillator. Since I was lucky to find an EFRATOM LPRO-101 for
> a quite reasonable price, I decided to build my own frequency
> standard and clock around this. I am sure this does not
> (yet? :-) ) qualify me as a time nut, but maybe you will like
> my contraption which is described at
> Best regards - sincerely, Bernd. :-)
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