[time-nuts] cheap 5V OCXO in 14DIP has about 1E-9 drift per day
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Mon Apr 18 05:22:34 UTC 2011
On 04/18/2011 01:06 AM, Chris Albertson wrote:
> I asked the question because I might want to build one of there but I
> could not see how they coud be stable with just an RC filter. So the
> answer is "they just are".
> OK, so they are stable but why would it run at 10+16=26 and not 10.01+15.99=29
As I look around, the non-linearity provides a sample/injection lock
effect which creates the asynchronous mode. I haven't read the papers
through, not the time, but that's the concept I gather from the quick
> And what happens if I want to build a 10.01 reference clock? Could I
> do that with a regenerative filter?
The capture range would be narrow while the 10.00 mode would capture it
as it would have a wider capture range.
As far as I have gathered the knowledge.
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