[time-nuts] Cable Delay Measurements

Magnus Danielson cfmd at bredband.net
Tue Jul 26 14:53:30 EDT 2005

From: David Kirkby <david.kirkby at onetel.net>
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Cable Delay Measurements
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 19:29:49 +0100
Message-ID: <42E6811D.2030006 at onetel.net>


> 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.
> http://www.drkirkby.co.uk/community/test-equipment/
> When I have sorted out the bugs, I'll make the URL more public. You 
> never know, someone might have what you are looking for.
> Feel free to put any silly entries in for test purposes, as I would like 
> it tested.

I just tossed in a request which is semi-serious (I do want the programming
manual for it), but it is a bit out of the field. Please note the product name

> As you will see, someone has pointed out the spelling errors. 
> Unfortunately, I have never got around to getting a decent spell checker 
> on my UNIX box. I write my web pages in vi, which does not have a spell 
> checker! But I will spell check it more.

There is one as part of the FSF/GNU suite. That is what typically is installed
on a Linux box.

> If you find any branch of test equipment missing from the list, let me know.

We will. You *never* get it quite right from the beginning. Actually, one of
the boxes I have that I would enjoy operations and service manual for is my
HP high-resistance meter.

> Once I have it working properly, I'll remove all the entries added by 
> people for test purposes and just leave the serious requests for 
> application notes, manuals and help on test equipment.

You have a test-entry now...


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