[time-nuts] GPIB counter logging / plotting software?

Stan, W1LE stanw1le at verizon.net
Mon Feb 25 11:09:12 EST 2013

Yes, there is software out there. Others would best comment.

My indirect approach is different.

I take the unknown RF signal into my RX converter with a GPS/DO 
stabilized LO,
then the IF into a RX with a stable LO, and take the audio out to a 
computer soundcard and use ARGO software
to display the drift. ARGO can be found at:


Stan, W1LE    Cape Cod   FN41sr

On 2/25/2013 10:39 AM, Dan Rae wrote:
>  I am working on 400 - 500 MHz DDS clocks for an amateur radio project 
> and would like to record over gpib and plot the relative frequency 
> drifts over time of different versions of the oscillator from a cold 
> start.  I have Racal 1992 and -hp- 5345 counters available, themselves 
> driven from gps.  I have the prologix USB thingy.
> Does anyone know of any software that will enable me to do this, 
> without spending lots of money?
> Dan
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