[time-nuts] Why using HP5370 ext-ref is (maybe) a bad idea

GandalfG8 at aol.com GandalfG8 at aol.com
Mon Mar 3 09:23:37 EST 2014

Sorry, I must have missunderstood.
I realise the internal reference is already a 10811, but I thought there  
was some concern that just the use of the external reference facility might  
be in some way responsible, so if that was the case then perhaps using an  
external 10811 might also be expected to cause the same  problem?.
If it did then that would potentially rules out any issues with  the 3336.
In a message dated 03/03/2014 14:12:38 GMT Standard Time,  
phk at phk.freebsd.dk writes:

In  message <834d5.64e2b237.4045e6d6 at aol.com>, GandalfG8 at aol.com  writes:

>What about replacing the 3336 external reference with  something like an 
>10811 and checking what difference, if any,  that makes?

The internal reference is an 10811 already   ?

The point is not what delivers the reference, but if it is  synchronized
to the input signals being measured.

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