[time-nuts] Trimble Thunderbolt question, splitting its output.
kb8tq at n1k.org
Sun Mar 29 11:21:42 EDT 2015
So … what does the TBolt use to buffer the RF? Hmmm …. a logic gate.
I wonder what would work in a gizmo to split the signal …. maybe a couple of logic buffers?
Costs < $1 for the parts. Works fine.
> On Mar 29, 2015, at 9:57 AM, Brian Lloyd <brian at lloyd.aero> wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 12:22 PM, Chris Wilson <chris at chriswilson.tv> wrote:
>> 27/03/2015 17:14
>> My T/Thunderbolt has operated flawlessly for some years feeding a
>> David Partridge frequency divider board. The board gives 10Mhz and
>> lower divisions of 10MHz down to the KHz level out, as square waves.
>> What I need to know is, can I T off the T/Thunderbolt 10MHz feed to
>> this board and take a second sine wave output direct from the
>> Thunderbolt, to drive a transceiver GPS disciplined 10 MHz frequency
>> standard input as well as having it feed the divider baord, which has
>> a square wave output? Thanks.
> You might want to use something like a TAPR TADD-1 board to provide
> multiple, buffered, isolated 10MHz outputs. See:
> This is what I am doing with my T-bolt.
> I'm also using the TADD-3 1pps pulse distribution amp to distribute the
> 1pps from my T-bolt and my JL LTE-lite.
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