[time-nuts] femtosecond jitter anyone?
jdb at lartmaker.nl
Thu Apr 9 11:17:49 UTC 2009
At 20:59 -0700 08-04-2009, Tom Van Baak wrote:
> > The incoming clock source (master house clock) to this box / design
>> of interest is in another rack mount box external to this design on
>> the other side of the room and is anywhere from 44.1kHz up to a 10MHz
>> Rubidium (see also http://www.antelopeaudio.com). This clock source
>> on the other side of the room also drives other equipment to be in
>> synch for any framing on AES/EBU digital.
>Can you comment more on the antelopeaudio box?
>Now if an audio company used surplus Sulzer, or FTS 1200, or
>Oscilloquartz BVA oscillators in their design, or even H-masers,
>well, that would make sense. But Rb? Something doesn't feel right
The words 'snake oil' have been used in the audio community, for
pretty much all the reasons you've mentioned. For everything but
esoteric stuff like distributed phased microphone/speaker arrays the
drift specs of a simple TCXO are sufficient.
LART. 250 MIPS under one Watt. Free hardware design files.
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