[time-nuts] How can this be?

Alberto di Bene dibene at usa.net
Tue Oct 19 06:53:48 EDT 2004

   Maybe today I'm denser than the usual, but I had understood from
   the original message that the two Z3801A had a phase difference
   between them that ranged from 250 to 350 degrees...
   If this is the case then they are from 69.44 ns to 97.22 ns apart
   from each other.   Or not ?
   73  Alberto  I2PHD
   Poul-Henning Kamp wrote:

In message [1]<4174EA5B.2090407 at usa.net>, Alberto di Bene writes:

97.22 ns - 69.44 ns = 27.78 nsec :-)

Remember that he measures the phase of one against the other
and finds the phase range to be 250-350 degrees.  Some constant
part of this is made up of cable-lengths and other (mostly) constant
factors, what's interesting is the 100 degrees span which works
out to roughly 27nsec.



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