[time-nuts] Cable Delay Measurements
jgray at zianet.com
Mon Jul 25 12:17:11 EDT 2005
Thanks, I knew that was the the basic procedure, using a T.I. counter. I was
hoping someone had a copy of the Agilent appnote, to see if there were any
more details that would further my understanding.
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From: "Brian Kirby" <kirbybq at bellsouth.net>
To: "Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement"
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Subject: [time-nuts] Cable Delay Measurements
> For estimates of cable delay on RG-58 cable or other cable that has a
> 0.659 velocity factory, you can use 1.542800 nanosecond per foot.
> Best to confirm it. Use your stations 1 PPS and connect it to a tee at
> the start input of the time interval counter. Connect the cable under
> test to the tee and to the stop input. Make many measurements and
> Brian - N4FMN
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