[time-nuts] Interesting frequency standard project

Graham planophore at aei.ca
Fri Jul 4 18:22:33 EDT 2014

You have to log in to see all the files for the project. I am not a 
member so I couldn't log in.

Seems it is a pay to be a member sort of thing but joining as a member 
gets you a subscription too.

Interesting business model.

I have been a fan of Elektor for as long as I can remember and I will 
buy several issues a year when I see them on the local news stand.

cheers, Graham ve3gtc

On 04/07/14 17:21, paul swed wrote:
> An interesting article much like one Bert sent me circa 1989 quite recently.
> The key to these systems is that the transmitters have very good references.
> In the US at least we have no requirement for that level of stability on
> the MW broadcasts. Though evidently some stations are quite good. I think I
> have a list some place have to re-look.
> Curious can you see a schematic or must you subscribe...
> It is a nicely written article. I used to buy elctor in the book stores
> when it was available.
> Thanks
> Paul
> On Fri, Jul 4, 2014 at 8:11 AM, Collins, Graham <CollinG at navcanada.ca>
> wrote:
>> I am sure there are others on list who follow Elektor Magazine and even
>> perhaps their forums but there are likely many that do not.
>> I stumbled across this interesting frequency standard project and thought
>> others might also be interested:
>> http://www.elektor-labs.com/project/low-cost-frequency-standard-disciplined-by-france-inter.14000.html
>> A bit of light reading and nothing really new to the old hands but it
>> seems that person is well on the way to being a time / frequency nut if not
>> already there.
>> Cheers, Graham ve3gtc

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