[time-nuts] TIE measurement for arbitrary frequency oscillator

Bob Camp lists at rtty.us
Tue Mar 19 12:11:14 EDT 2013


Hi

One other important question - is this a basement project, or is it part of
your day job? Put another way - are you after a quick / dirty / cheap
solution or is there a real budget behind the question?

If it's a day job sort of thing, there are a number of test sets out there
that will do the job just fine. 

Bob

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Sent: Tuesday, March 19, 2013 12:11 AM
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Subject: [time-nuts] TIE measurement for arbitrary frequency oscillator

Hi all!

First time poster here, but I've been lurking for a couple months and found
this place to be highly informative.

I want to measure TIE for a 7.362 MHz oscillator. Ultimately, I want to
process into TDEV and MTIE.

1) Is it acceptable to use the DMTD method and set a signal generator
(driven by rubidium) as the reference frequency to a value equal to the
oscillator's?

2) If not, can you point me to a more proper way of doing this type of
measurement for arbitrary frequencies that are not easily divisible into 10
MHz?

Thank you!
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