[time-nuts] 10 MHz -> 1 pps divider?

Robert Darlington rdarlington at gmail.com
Wed Oct 28 01:47:09 UTC 2009

I will be coming out with a TVB divider in about two months.  Basically, a
board, the PIC, some connectors, and an aluminum enclosure.  Nothing
terribly fancy, but definitely priced right.  Also, just an FYI, I've got
Tom's blessing on using his code.  I'm considering offering a kit but it
will be 90% surface mount and not everybody likes that.  I'm thinking
somewhere right around $50.00 with SMA connectors for all of the standard
inputs and outputs, and possibly offering it without the case.  Any thoughts
on this?

On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 1:40 PM, Marco IK1ODO <ik1odo at spin-it.com> wrote:

> Anyone knows of a commercially available 10 MHz -> 1pps divider chain,
> built or in kit form?
> I know that it may be very simple or not, depending from implementations. A
> desirable feature would be the ability to sync the pps output to a reference
> pps at the start of a measurement cycle.
> Easy to design, but I don't want to reinvent the wheel here...
> 73 - Marco IK1ODO
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