[time-nuts] Brooks Shera's GPS standard or HP Z3801A??

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon Apr 25 13:11:51 EDT 2005

In message <062101c549b9$68de3e60$aa15f204 at computer>, "Tom Van Baak" writes:
>This issue comes up a lot. If weren't for the glut of
>surplus Z3801A I'm sure the situation would be very
>different. Brooks Shera did a fine job with his project
>and reached a wide audience with its QST publication.
>If your goal is a turn-key 10 MHz frequency standard
>with short-term stability under 1e-11 then a Z3801A
>is a good solution.

Don't forget that a PRS10 Rb from eBay and a Oncore M12+T from
synergy-gps.com would be both cheaper and more stable.

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