[time-nuts] Thunderbolt? (re simple gpsdo.)

Don Latham djl at montana.com
Sat Dec 31 00:41:32 EST 2011


Don't need to stretch, use the two hardware interrupt pins...
Don

Chuck Forsberg WA7KGX N2469R
> I was thinking ... starting with a 5680a and a GPS with
> accurate 1pps but no 10 MHz ...
>
> Feed both 1pps signals to a 74ls123 to stretch the pulses to something
> longer.
> A 74ls74 is strobed by one of the one-shots, its D input being the other
> one-shot.
>
> Connect both one-shots and the 74 to an Arduino's inputs.  An Arduino
> serial
> output connects to the 5680a.
>
> The Arduino watches the one-shots to obtain rough lock, then pays
> attention
> to the 74 output for fine lock.  Between the jitter on the 1pps and the
> very long
> time constant(s) used to control the 5680a it just might work.
>
> Attached: Phase plot of two Thunderbolts using same antenna but
> different
> GPSDO parameters.  Plenty of jitter/noise/whatever.
>
> --
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