[time-nuts] GPSDO Question

Dick, W1KSZ w1ksz at earthlink.net
Fri Aug 31 17:52:54 EDT 2007

If you use the HP Oscillator in your GPSDO, you can then use the
10 MHz output as an external reference for your counter.
I picked up a 10 MHz distribution amp and use the same GPSDO to
act as external reference on several instruments.

Regards, Dick, W1KSZ

Tom Clifton wrote:
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> I have gathered everything I need to assemble a GPS
> Disciplined Oscillator. I have the Brooks Shera
> controller assembled, am about 99% done on the linear
> power supplies for +/- 5V, 12V supplies and a separate
> 24V oven heater supply. The GPS Engine is purring away
> happily with a good active antenna -  spewing NMEA
> data and 1pps to anything willing to listen to it.
> The HP-10811 oven is sitting happily in a working
> 5328A counter that I'm willing to cannibalize, but do
> I need to? Is there any reason why I shouldn't put the
> controler in the 5328 case so I can use it as a
> counter as well as timing source?
> 73 - Tom in St. Louis
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73, Dick, W1KSZ

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