[time-nuts] What are people paying for Stanford PRS10 rubidiumstandards?
daun at yeagley.net
Tue Apr 26 21:28:27 EDT 2005
I doubt Dave would have access to CDMA over there... GSM is the biggie on the
other side of the pond.
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Behalf Of Bob Raker
Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 2005 8:32 PM
To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] What are people paying for Stanford PRS10
I suspect the current SRS rb oscillators on EBay are pulls from the
Symmetricom TimeSource 2700 (especially since the same seller is
selling a TS 2700 board). There are a couple of TS 2700s on EBay -
starting at $499. It steers the rb based on CDMA signals. It was
marketed as an alternative to GPS-steered - in cases where a sky view
is impractical. IMO - it would be a much better deal to get the whole
box if you have access to CDMA signals.
On 4/26/05, David Kirkby <david.kirkby at onetel.net> wrote:
> Just interested how much people have paid for them. At the minute there
> are several on eBay at $475 from the one seller. Is that a typical
> price, or am I likely to do a bit better than that if I wait?
> Dr. David Kirkby,
> Please check out http://www.g8wrb.org/
> of if you live in Essex http://www.southminster-branch-line.org.uk/
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