[time-nuts] I can't get a nice waveform from my rubidium !
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Thu Apr 17 15:16:03 EDT 2014
On Thu, 17 Apr 2014 06:32:52 +0100, Claude Fender wrote:
> unit has two outputs with no options. The problem is the shape of the
> waveform (see attachments), it's the same shape for the two outputs.
> When I
> connect an output directly to the oscilloscope, the shape is nearly
> "squared" and when I use a probe, the shape is nearly "sine" !
According to the pict , the low output is supposed to be a CMOS square
Is it called A10-R ?
But termination would as other say be an issue.
Dig into your drawer and pull out a BNC-T , and one of those 50ohm
termination resistors you know you saved , when you were running old coax
based ehternet on rg-58 cable.
Have saved me a few times on my Rigol that hasn't got 50 termination
Else use your freq counter as termination , it ought to have 50ohm
termination. BNC-T on scope , rubi on one end of tee , and counter on
other end of tee (50 ohm terminated).
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