[time-nuts] Jim Miller simple GPSDO
lars.walenius at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 16 15:07:20 EDT 2016
Interesting. Maybe not the optimum oscillator for a GPSDO.
>Från: Tim Shoppa<mailto:tshoppa at gmail.com>
Skickat: den 14 september 2016 14:39
There are special "wide-pull-range" VCXO's where a 10MHz unit will indeed
have sensitivity of 600Hz/V or more. e.g.
I don't know exactly what Epson does inside that particular unit, but a
trick to get wide pull range with discrete circuits is to put two or more
crystals in parallel.
>>On Wed, Sep 14, 2016 at 4:40 AM, Lars Walenius <lars.walenius at hotmail.com>
> The VCXO sensitivity given is strange as it indicates a far to wide span
> so I guessed 30ppm and if it is higher it still needs the damping from
> For the OCXO I used the figures given. With 2Hz per volt and 8 Volt span
> you have 16Hz of span. 16Hz divided with 10MHz is 1.6ppm (parts per
> million) can also be said as 1.6us/s.
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