[time-nuts] How can this be?

Alberto di Bene dibene at usa.net
Tue Oct 19 06:20:11 EDT 2004

   Err, please correct me if I am wrong, but given that the period of 10
   MHz is
   100 ns, wouldn't 250 degrees correspond to 100 * 250/360 = 69.44 ns
   and similarly 350 degrees => 100* 350/360 = 97.22 ns ?
   Still inside specs.
   73  Alberto  I2PHD
   Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:

In message [1]<009501c4b56f$256e4f00$0500a8c0 at darius.domain.actdsltmp>, "Bill H
ins" writes:

Have two Z3801A receivers by HP and a Racal-Dana model 1992
counter timer with a Phase A-B function. Measured the phase
between the two 10 MHz outputs of the receivers and got
values between 250 and 350 degrees with 2-3 degrees noise.

That's 27 nsec according to my math and that's inside spec.


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