[time-nuts] Measuring ADEV for a beginner

Azelio Boriani azelio.boriani at gmail.com
Sat Nov 1 11:43:00 EDT 2014

Usually "phase detectors" (we prefer to call them Time Interval
Analysers) have data interfaces (RS232, GPIB, LAN). If you build your
own then the interface is up to you: usually an RS232 is the best
choice. The software to use: take a look at the Miles' TimeLab
<www.ke5fx.com/timelab/readme.htm> or
<http://www.thegleam.com/ke5fx/>. Of course, in case of the GPIB, you
also will need an adapter: GPIB/USB or GPIB/LAN but the less expensive
GPIB/RS232 maybe a good choice.

On Sat, Nov 1, 2014 at 2:29 PM, Anthony Roby <aroby at antamy.com> wrote:
> I've been reading a lot about ADEV and following the threads on the list, particularly Karen's in-flight thread. What I haven't come across is a simple explanation of the basic setup required to go about collecting the data.  John Miles referenced this page http://www.ke5fx.com/tpll.htm, and the simple setup at the bottom of the page looks like a reasonable place to start.  Seems that I'd need to acquire a phase detector and build or buy some filters and the amp.  I can probably figure that out, but how do I get the data into a PC?  Is there a basic hardware and software setup that someone could point me to or recommend?
> Thanks
> Anthony
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