[time-nuts] Practical considerations making a lab standard with an LTE lite

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Sun Nov 23 10:06:31 EST 2014

I am scratching my head here.
>From what I see the LTE is a good unit but does swim around a bit. The
conclusion I might get from this thread is that lots of insulation will fix
I suspect not.
The LTE in use down  at 2.8 e-10 according to its output.
I have put it in a small cardboard box with free standing air and some
Because thats what turned up in the basement.
I have added heat to it. It sits on top the Lucent box thats on. :-)

It still swims around. It moves forward and backwards stays steady. Random.
Certainly not terrible. I just think as neat as bricks may be it would not
help allot.
The top of the thread is excellant about checking the TCXO output Z.

On Sun, Nov 23, 2014 at 9:55 AM, Poul-Henning Kamp <phk at phk.freebsd.dk>

> --------
> In message <20141123174632.kVK4sk45 at smtp18.mail.yandex.net>, Charles
> Steinmetz
> writes:
> >And good luck fitting a cubic foot box with a surround of bricks into
> >a 3U rack cabinet, or any other relocatable (much less,semi-portable)
> >enclosure.
> I didn't say it doesn't work, I said that I don't agree with it ;-)
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