[time-nuts] What is the correct Allan value?
jmiles at pop.net
Fri Oct 29 19:55:04 UTC 2010
Well, it depends on the conditions -- you'd have to hold the temperature
steady to conclude that, not to mention the reference (which was...?) All
of the runs represent good performance for a 10811.
-- john, KE5FX
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> In message <962BA941C5CA41C19DF45F77608AD38F at Warcon28Gz>,
> "WarrenS" writes:
> >What is the correct 100 sec Allan value of this low noise 10811 Osc?
> >All plots are of the same OSC, just different parts of the same data run.
> Basically the worst one...
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