[time-nuts] 5MHz Crystal Phase noise

John Miles john at miles.io
Fri Jul 17 18:10:07 EDT 2015


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> Simulated 5 Mhz phase noise, only very little deviation from measured
data.
> 
> Happy weekend, Ulrich N1UL

-138 at 1 Hz would be pretty awesome.  You'd normally expect to see that
from a distribution amp by itself, never mind the OCXO!

According to the .PDF document from APL, their spec was only -141 dBc/Hz at
100 Hz from the (5 MHz) carrier, which is obviously (and uninformatively)
conservative.  Build an oscillator with that thing and let's see what it'll
really do!

-- john, KE5FX
Miles Design LLC




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