[time-nuts] Clock Block Unavaliable - Alternative Solutions ?
jgray at zianet.com
Fri Jun 3 18:59:09 EDT 2016
Take your pick:
On Fri, Jun 3, 2016 at 12:26 PM, Mike Cook <michael.cook at sfr.fr> wrote:
> As you only want one frequency you could use the ICS525 which I think the clock block uses and hardwire the relevant select pins.
> There is a calculator (windows only) available on the IDT site <http://www.idt.com/document/swt/525-01020304-and-307-02-calculator-tool >
> which gives input pin settings. 24MHz can be got from 10MHz input with 0ppm error.
> Probably best to set it up on a cape.
> Hope that helps.
>> Le 3 juin 2016 à 16:15, Iain Young <iain at g7iii.net> a écrit :
>> Hi All,
>> I noticed that the TAPR site now lists the Clock-Block as unavaliable.
>> This is a shame as I was going to experiment with driving some beaglebones
>> with a 24MHz clock from one, multiplied up from a Rb/GPS/LORAN source this
>> Does anyone know of a similiar device avaliable elsewhere (built) ? Or
>> are there plans for a clock block v2 ?
>> I guess I can drive them at 10MHz directly, but it would have been great
>> to push them at 24MHz, however using a HP Signal Generator locked to
>> one of my references seems...overkill :)
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