magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Thu Aug 30 21:29:30 EDT 2012
On 08/31/2012 03:12 AM, Bob Camp wrote:
> If the temperature is varying slowly *and* there are no gradients you may get your order of magnitude over some range. You might be surprised at your TCXO. A lot of them are pretty darn good in the vicinity of room temp. You may already be an order of magnitude past your ppm or two for fairly normal temperature changes.
I haven't seen that any of the TCXOs compensates for the temperature
hysteresis. It would be cool if they did.
The ability to handle temperature gradients can be troublesome for both
TCXOs and OCXOs.
TCXOs have become quite good these days.
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