[time-nuts] Lucent WR-92066 L10 RFG-XO

Rex rexa at sonic.net
Wed Oct 3 13:38:49 EDT 2007

Tom Clifton wrote:
> I also bought one that hasn't arrived yet. With the XO
> in the part number I am under the belief that it is a
> crystal oscillator, not Rubidium.  I may be wrong, but
> the unit with the Rubidium  oscillator is probably
As I mentioned, it seems there were a couple similar but different 
rubidiums that were sold a few months back. Then, also, a group of 
similar but different other boxes that go with them (GPS, XO, ...). The 
one I have is Lucent RFG-RB WP-92066 L9. It makes 10 MHz and 15 MHz. I 
think the LPRO inside is able to be steered in frequency, but as far as 
I can tell this box does not use that and is not lockable. Mine appears 
to be just a stand-alone source.

So there are several flavors of the various cell site boxes. There is an 
archive for this list. Some searching there for RFG or RFTG will 
probably find dozens of messages.
> I also think there was some discussion perhaps 6
> months ago about these units. Did anybody ever get a
> pair of them working?
I only have the one RB box. It seems to work, but I have no intention of 
using the full box. The LPRO inside was the score that made it a good 
buy, as far as I am concerned.
> -------------------------------------
> Date: Tue, 02 Oct 2007 16:25:06 -0700
> From: Bill Janssen <billj at ieee.org>
> Subject: [time-nuts] Lucent WR-92066 L10 RFG-XO on :
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> OK I bought one of those Rubidium's off of that E***
> place and I am wondering whatI am getting.
> Is it obvious how to power it up or do I need a
> manual, Some one on  here  had some pictures,
> that I didn't book mark. Anyone have details of that
> device or did I  just order another door stop.
> Thanks
> Bill K7NOM

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