AW: [time-nuts] 5061 Cs frequency shift with long time constant?
Hubert v. Bonhorst
hvonbonhorst at t-online.de
Tue Apr 5 14:32:12 EDT 2005
there is some leak-current or offset in the integrating amplifier. Suspect
the amplifier itself as well. Try to do the integrating amplifier adjustment
procedure. Eventually modulator phase needs a little bit adjustment. Be
aware that a instrument connected to control output could cause a similar
effect. If you consider the specification. The 5061A is within limits.
Von: time-nuts-bounces at febo.com [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] Im
Auftrag von Poul-Henning Kamp
Gesendet: Dienstag, 5. April 2005 18:50
An: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
Betreff: Re: [time-nuts] 5061 Cs frequency shift with long time constant?
In message <4252B46E.3010509 at pacific.net>, Brooke Clarke writes:
>> I got my 5061A trimmed to the point where a 5 day run against GPS
>> showed an offset of less than 1x10e-13. I then switched the unit into
>> the long time constant mode and now see that the offset (over 36
>> hours) is -1.7x10e-12. Nothing else in the setup has changed.
Yes, very likely. The leak-current in the integrating capacitor cannot
be fully ignored at this level.
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