[time-nuts] Build my own dist. amp ??
Richard W. Solomon
w1ksz at earthlink.net
Sat Dec 13 13:57:36 EST 2008
It would be nice if the second link had a source for the boards.
73, Dick, W1KSZ
>From: Dave M <masondg44 at comcast.net>
>Sent: Dec 13, 2008 11:43 AM
>To: time-nuts at febo.com
>Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Build my own dist. amp ??
>There are a couple distribution amp projects on the RealHamRadio web site (http://www.realhamradio.com). One has 8 isolated 75-ohm outputs; the other has 3 non-isolated outputs. Here are the links to each:
>Neither uses any of your parts, but shouldn't be unreasonable in price.
>MasonDG44 at comcast dot net (Just substitute the appropriate characters in the address)
>Life is like a roll of toilet paper; the closer it gets to the end, the faster it goes.
> ----- Original Message -----
> Date: Sat, 13 Dec 2008 01:21:47 -0800 (PST)
> From: Randy Leifer <redrabbitlosangeles at yahoo.com>
> Subject: [time-nuts] Build my own dist. amp ??
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> Can I build my own 10 MHz distribution amp, using fast opamps ?
> I have searched the archives, but all of the designs are fairly complex for me to build using "point-to-point" on a proto/perf board.
> I want to feed an oven-ized reference 10 MHz sine signal (50 ohm), as a master clock for my:
> HP 3325A
> Keithley Counter
> PTS 160
> and future gear.
> (let's say, 1 in / 6 out)
> Parts I have in stock are
> EL2030, 2070, 2090
> Plus some LH0033 "damn fast" current boosting buffers, and some MH0007 clock drivers.
> I don't build much high-freq stuff....but a lot of audio freq stuff.
> My first thought is an input opamp buffer, branched off to separate line drivers.
> Am I anywhere near to achieving my goal ?
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