[time-nuts] Why discipline Rubidium oscillator?
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Tue Nov 21 00:59:32 EST 2017
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5071’s I’ve seen for as low as about 9k, but usually in the 15-30 range. I don’t want to know what they are new.
5061’s can be had for under $1000. If you are very lucky, under $500.
And once you have the standard, you need the counters. And other analysis tools...pretty soon your spouse will know you’ve gone off the deep end.
Anyone want an sr530 lock in amplifier that eats fuses and voltage regulators?
> On Nov 20, 2017, at 23:50, Jerry Hancock <jerry at hanler.com> wrote:
> I read up on the GPS L1/L2 and I think there is an L5.
> And when you say “on the market” the real question is “can be purchased for 1/20th the price of new” like all the other re-purposed toys we buy,
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