[time-nuts] What do you use?
djl at montana.com
Thu Jul 29 16:25:10 UTC 2010
I have some old GR tuning forks; they're kinda noisy and bulky, but really
Douglas Wire - PUPCo Studios
> I am working with an older Motorola M12M here to develop a new system for
> specialized industrial application. Simply using it for the dev. work and
> such and will finish off project with the new much better SM product and
> plan is to go FPGA for the "thinking." Biggest issue and have never posted
> about it is that while the task here is only to essentially end up with
> will need be known freq's in particular bands with NIST type accuracy to
> drive the project, the big difficulty is NOT using an oscillator like any
> my ovens. Lots of ways to go, but nothing readily "seems" tight enough to
> not make the entire affair a massive hassle to get to accuracy. Simple
> be have a darn time base that has some accuracy - that spoils the cost.
> Maybe I should install a metronome??? Yeah not yet found any cheap
> alternative that looks suitable to go from.
> Guess that was not what you asked either. Old M12M here.
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