[time-nuts] any HP 5370B Available or other TIC
bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz
Thu Aug 18 06:37:25 UTC 2011
Paul Cianciolo wrote:
> Hello Folks,
> I am looking for an instrument that is better than Fluke 103a comparator.
> The purpose of this piece of equipment is help me learn more about oscillators and characterizing them
> The HP5370B is the TIC I keep hearing about but I am not glued to that make or model.
> I wou;d like to hear suggestion from the group.
> Another way to go might be to build one of those units where there is a common oscillator is split and feeds the LO of 2 mixers.
> The RF side comes from the DUT and the REF
> Sorry I cannot remember the acronym... MDMM????
> I do have that Keithly model 776 Counter time with GPIB I am really fuzzy on this aspect...
> Comments welcome
> Thank you
> From: To: Sent:
DMTD or dual mixer time difference.
An all digital version (DDMTD like that used in CERN's White Rabbit) is
3 (and M) input versions are also feasible.
Either an FPGA or a CPD plus a microprocessor are required to ensure low
Sub 10ps resolution is readily achievable without significant difficulty.
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