[time-nuts] 10MHz to 32MHz?

Dr Bruce Griffiths bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz
Mon Apr 23 01:27:00 EDT 2007

N3IZN at aol.com wrote:
> I'm also interested in the same thing. Not sure how much they cost but I  did 
> a google for VCXO and you can have one made for 32 Mhz. Should be able  to 
> use similar devices that discipline a 10 mhz osc to discipline a 32 Mhz osc  
> from a GPS engine or a 10 Mhz source. Not that I'm capable of doing it, I  
> thought I would throw the idea out there in hopes it would trigger more  
> conversation on the topic.
> My rigs use a 36 Mhz rock and a 10.24 Mhz rock.
> Chris
If you are going to lock it to a GPSDOCXO then you can always build your 
own VCXO it need not be ovenised as you only need it to be reasonably 
stable for a few seconds - easily achieved with a large enough thermal 
time constant.


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