[time-nuts] hm H Maser
not.again at btinternet.com
Wed Jan 11 18:07:58 EST 2017
On Tue, 10 Jan 2017 21:43:07 -0500, you wrote:
>This does get back to state of the art Rb and what that means. In my suggested case thats measured in terms of ADEV for Tau = 1 to 1,000,000
>seconds. If you wanted an Rb with (only) state of the art phase noise at 1 MHz offset
thats a different thing. State of the art for
>power consumption and size is also not what Im suggesting in this case. Why the choice of spec?
this is TimeNuts.
Some discussions on the performance that might be practically achieved
with different designs may be a useful start - as long as it's done in
the context of a practical unit that could actually get built, rather
than just a theoretical wish list.
It would also be good to have some idea of the cost of any special
parts like cells too. Without that info, it's hard to know how
practical particular designs would be.
Looking at export/technology controls might be useful early on too,
since we're going for high performance.
I've often wondered how a 21st century version of a 5065 would
perform, so it's great to see that I'm not completely alone in my
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