[time-nuts] SA22.c and Lady Heather

Dave Mallery dave.mallery at gmail.com
Wed Aug 30 15:40:32 EDT 2017


i was prepping for some machine shop work on a heatsink for the SA22.c.

there seems to be an error in the designers reference and user manual on
page 22.

the bottom view drawing at the far low right shows a measurement of the
distance between the edge of the board and the hole just below and to the
right of the SAMETC connector... it shows a distance of 15.95mm.  my
measure is about 25mm...that's measured on the development board.




On Sun, Aug 27, 2017 at 7:57 AM, Dave Mallery <dave.mallery at gmail.com>

> hi mark et al...
> i was lucky enough to bet that that card was an sa22.c development board
> and got one.
> ordered the sa22 and please point me at the code as it develops.
> thanks!
> dave
> On Fri, Aug 25, 2017 at 6:09 PM, Mark Sims <holrum at hotmail.com> wrote:
>> I got in a SA22.c rubidium from RDR electronics and one of those
>> interface boards that appeared briefly on Ebay last week (he had 6 for $7
>> each and they went fast... there is another seller that has one for $80).
>>  The X72 code that I added to Lady Heather works with the SA22.   I'm still
>> working on improving the software disciplining algorithm.
>> If you bought one of those adapter cards note that you will need a F-F
>> adapter to use them with a standard serial cable.  Since the adapter has a
>> male connector,  I thought it needed a null modem cable... nope... just
>> more Symmetricom ridiculousness at work...
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