[time-nuts] Fw: Low noise voltage regulators
stanley_reynolds at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 25 19:41:56 UTC 2010
Sorry file ext was upper case, fixed now ... also the source label "HP 10811A/B ..." moved to the bottom of post, I was trying to attach the picture but it bounced as too big.
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From: Brian Kirby <kilodelta4foxmike at gmail.com>
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Stanley Reynolds wrote:
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> >From the : "2-11. A single source of +20 to +30V dc with 10% regulation may be used to power both the oven and
> oscillator amplifier circuits if a simple IC regulator is used. A suggested circuit is shown in Figure
> 2-1. The resistor and capacitor connected to terminals 3 and 4 of the IC minimize ripple and noise
> in the regulated output."
> I have planed to separate the power supplies from my test stands as my next project for the 10811's so I'm also interested in a suitable supply. Considered a battery supply with a regulator for the 12 V side.
> 10811A/B Quartz Crystal Oscillator Operating &
> Service Manual (V2)
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