[time-nuts] M12+T First Light
phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Tue Apr 19 03:39:52 EDT 2005
In message <001401c544b0$667f9fa0$ee25f304 at computer>, "Tom Van Baak" writes:
>I guess my point was that if one is measuring
>their cesium performance using GPS as the
>long-term time reference, then averaging raw
>1 PPS measurements from something like a
>sawtooth corrected M12+ will give at least the
>same precision as any fancy GPSDO, maybe
>even better. Does this make sense?
Do note that for long integration periods (days...weeks)
there is little point in bothering with the negative saw-tooth.
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