[time-nuts] Fine frequency adjustment in 5370B

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Mon May 16 16:04:50 EDT 2005

In message <4287D42A.3000905 at onetel.net>, David Kirkby writes:
>Brooke Clarke wrote:
>> Hi David:
>> It's so easy to feed the PRS10 a 1 PPS from GPS so I don't understand 
>> your comment "I don't have anything locked to GPS yet, but even when I 
>> do, it is not always going to be that convenient for me"
>Hi Brooke,
>I will not be able to get a GPS signal where the test-equipment is 
>physically located.

Get one of the "remote" oncore receivers, they just need RS-422 or
RS-232 cable instead of coax.  Any random wire will work, more or less.

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