[time-nuts] Designing an embedded precision GPS time

jimlux jimlux at earthlink.net
Wed Nov 1 22:33:49 EDT 2017

On 11/1/17 12:13 PM, Adrian Godwin wrote:
> How do those compare with vectron's part : ?
> https://www.vectron.com/products/ocxo/mx-503.htm

That part is interesting, but the phase noise (-124 dBc @ 100 Hz) isn't 
particularly impressive compared to a middle of the road OCXO (-155dBc 
at 100Hz)

The frequency stability is very nice, compared to a TCXO, and at a LOT 
less power (40mW) than the OCXO (2W after warmup).

> There's also this patent.
> http://www.google.sr/patents/US20020005765
> I don't really know if that's valid - it seems to propose something similar
> to the numerically-compensated oscillator in my rather old PM6666 frequency
> counter.

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