djl at montana.com
Thu Aug 30 20:47:23 EDT 2012
Elecraft seems to be having some trouble with the KX3 stability for WSJT
on 6m. They also have a temp sensor on the bard, apparently and are also
trying this out. I don't know any more about it than that.
> On 8/30/12 9:33 AM, Bob Camp wrote:
>> The fundamental / third approach is one of several possible ways to
>> go. You
>> can also run an SC on the B and C modes to get thermometer data. Early
>> implementations used a pair of independent blanks, one cut to be a
>> thermometer. Some have even gone as far as to mount a thermistor on
> I've used the "sensor on oscillator can" technique very recently on a
> software defined radio. Over the next year, I'll get some data on how
> well it works in use. The idea is to use a low power TCXO and a sensor,
> rather than an OCXO, to meet a fairly tight frequency requirement (a few
> hundred Hz out of 2 GHz) The TCXO can get you do a few ppm or better.
> The sensor should let me get about an order of magnitude better, and I
> need to measure the temperature anyway, and it's easy to integrate with
> the software waveform code.
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