[time-nuts] Pti OCXO...

Dave Thompson dth854 at airmail.net
Wed Jul 9 14:57:06 EDT 2014

Can you figure out the connections?

Make and Model #?
Dave T

On Jul 9, 2014, at 8:28, Dan Kemppainen <dan at irtelemetrics.com> wrote:

> This is a 10Mhz osc, so good for a few things. As far as I can tell, it
> has an input for adjustment, so I was hanging onto it for an oscillator
> for a GPSDO project some day. It's about a 1.5" by 1.5" metal can, and
> since bigger is better I was hoping it was good! :) I don't really have
> any way to measure phase noise or anything at home.
> I was just wondering if anyone had experience with them.
> In any case, untested, without specs, it's still the best oscillator I
> currently own... :)
> Dan
> On 7/8/2014 7:07 PM, time-nuts-request at febo.com wrote:
>> Some of the broadcast oscilators for TV transmitters were pricey. The oscilator manufacture wanted $980 to replace a bad unit. The transmitter manufacture wanted $1800 for the same unit. 
>> They are not true Time Nut quality but I've used them as a reality check when trying to figure out what is drifting. It has also been used as an example of a vey low noise oscilator. 
>> Check it out and see if it drifts to much for your precision use. 
>> Dave T
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