[time-nuts] Fury Realhamradio listing

SAIDJACK at aol.com SAIDJACK at aol.com
Sun Apr 29 16:49:38 EDT 2007


 
In a message dated 4/28/2007 19:14:40 Pacific Daylight Time,  
tvb at LeapSecond.com writes:

>I  ask because the single-shot granularity of the Z3801A
>appears to be  around 100 ps, at least the TI value of a
>Z3801A syst:stat is always a  multiple of 0.1 ns. For a
>fair comparison, what is equivalent the Fury  single-shot
>resolution?



Hi Tom,
 
here is the TI filtered output from the same capture interval as the  
previous image as it is reported to GPSCon.
 
Ulrich's Plotter reports 4.06ns Standard Deviation on this data set, the  set 
originating from the same source capture data that I sent earlier.

So we can see that for this dataset the difference between the  unfiltered 
and filtered data is less than 2:1 on the standard deviation (7.07ns  vs. 
4.06ns).

I think this means we can safely say that with 2ns SD as indicated by  
GPSCon, the raw data would have <7ns standard deviation.
 
BTW: we can get less than 7ns SD from the M12+ because we enable  sawtooth 
correction...
 
bye,
Said



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