[time-nuts] Frequency generator and counter on same external reference
chris at chriswilson.tv
Sat Dec 8 11:30:58 UTC 2012
> Two rules to follow. 1 - use well shielded cables for the 10 MHz
> if you wish to receive WWV 10 off the air. The skinny cables used for
> generally don't cut it.
> 2. Most instruments have a high impedance 10 MHz input. Put them in
> the middle
> with T connectors left over from your 10 base T days. If you have an
> that terminates the 10 MHz input, it goes last. Otherwise use a
> terminator at the
> I have an Advantest spectrum analyzer, HP selective level meter,
> Racal-Dana counter,
> Flexradio 1500, and Gigatronics generator daisy chained from a
> Thunderbolt. Plenty
> of signal, and the fat (well shielded) cables let me listen to WWV.
Thanks for that Chuck, appreciated.
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