[time-nuts] Cable Delay Measurements
david.kirkby at onetel.net
Tue Jul 26 14:29:49 EDT 2005
Joseph Gray wrote:
> 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.
I'd appreciate it if you stuck your request here.
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Feel free to put any silly entries in for test purposes, as I would like
As you will see, someone has pointed out the spelling errors.
Unfortunately, I have never got around to getting a decent spell checker
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Once I have it working properly, I'll remove all the entries added by
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> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Brian Kirby" <kirbybq at bellsouth.net>
> To: "Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement"
> <time-nuts at febo.com>
> Sent: Monday, July 25, 2005 6:46
> 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 average...
>> Brian - N4FMN
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