[time-nuts] KS-24361 REF-0 standalone
watsondaniel3 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 15 10:31:20 EDT 2015
Nigel, this is very useful. Thanks.
I don't particularly like how the 10MHz test point signal is generated. I made my modification easily reversible so that I could change it when I found a better way. I will explore the area you describe in your notes.
> On Aug 15, 2015, at 8:48 AM, GandalfG8--- via time-nuts <time-nuts at febo.com> wrote:
> I also did a quick write up recently about how I added the 10MHz test point
> output to my REF-1.
> Hi Daniel
> Many thanks for your 10Mhz write up for the REF-1, that's very interesting
> and a nice bit of detective work.
> Back in January I took a quick look at the underside of a REF-1 board in
> the area beneath the oscillator and identified what seemed to be a pick off
> point very close to the output of the 10MHz doubler.
> I'm pretty sure it was sinusoidal but can't remember for sure now and I
> never did find the time to get back to it and check it properly.
> I'll attach a copy of my very brief notes just in case it might give you a
> starting point for your search for a cleaner signal but if it doesn't get
> through to the list I'll send you a copy direct.
> <10MHz Pick Off.pdf>
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