[time-nuts] Long wave receiver ideas

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Jun 24 15:28:58 EDT 2009


In message <BE50C3A72EBA61449C804B2C8B4AE38101EBBF10 at NEPTUNE.rakon.net>, "Murra
y Greenman" writes:

>There is a very neat technique which works well below about 500kHz to
>give extreme precision to reception. This is 'Clicklock' developed by
>Peter Martinez G3PLX.

Am I right in assuming the only special thing here is how the measurement
is performed ?

The results look similar to what you would get with a lock-in amplifier ?

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