[time-nuts] Observations and opinions needed on graph by new nut
paulswedb at gmail.com
Wed Aug 3 22:31:22 UTC 2011
Have not thought this through very well.
But it is what time-nuts is about.Assuming your 3801 is locked and checked
as Bob suggests. It puts out a 10 mc signal. At least mine does. Well if you
stuck that into the oscillators output instead of the VCO. Guess what? You
sort of just have propagation and modulation errors left from your
spectracom. Or at least mostly that. Its reasonably easy for you to try and
would be great to see your graphs after you did that.
Also run longer then a day I seem to have seen interesting stability on a 1
week time scale. Sections of the chart that matched other days offsets.
On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 5:54 PM, Bob Camp <lists at rtty.us> wrote:
> What is the Z3801 saying it's doing if you hook it up to a computer? There
> are several programs out there that will give you a pretty good idea of
> what's going on inside the beast.
> On Aug 3, 2011, at 1:05 PM, Paul A. Cianciolo wrote:
> > Hello Folks,
> > New nut here.
> > I have posted a graph here.
> > First time doing this sort of thing.
> > There is a comparison made between a z3801 GPS 10 MHz and a WWVB locked
> > MHz
> > Could someone please look at it and validate my assumptions?
> > Being new to this I would like to make sure I am not going off on a false
> > path.
> > Thank you
> > PauLC
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