[time-nuts] Why a 10MHz sinewave output?
richard at karlquist.com
Mon Feb 6 18:43:30 UTC 2012
bob grant wrote:
> Why is 10MHz output of many sources or distribution amps in the form of
> a sinewave?
> Is it something to do with signal reflections or ease of isolation?
> Since zero crossing detectors are susceptible to noise wouldn't a fast
> TTL square
> wave be more appropriate for signal distribution within a equipment
The preferred solution is to stick with a sine wave, but increase
the frequency to 100 MHz or even 1 GHz if a 10 MHz sine wave is
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