[time-nuts] OT: AC voltage standard
Henk ten Pierick
henk at deriesp.demon.nl
Fri Nov 9 02:18:16 EST 2007
On Nov 8, 2007, at 22:11, Bruce Griffiths wrote:
> Henk ten Pierick wrote:
>> On Nov 6, 2007, at 22:43, Bruce Griffiths wrote:
>>> NIST's AC standard is currently useful for generating frequencies
>>> up to
>>> 100kHz with 10MHz the projected useful limit for a 10Gb/s bit
>>> With say a 1Mb/s bit stream output frequencies up to 1KHz or so
>>> be feasible with high amplitude stability.
>> The stated 10Gigabits/s for a bit stream, is that a typo?
> No typo, a stack of Josephson junctions "excited" by a 15GHz RF source
> is used together with a 10GBb/s data source see papers listed at:
> In particular:
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