[time-nuts] Adjusting HP 5065A frequency

Edgardo Molina xe1xus at amsat.org
Mon Oct 22 00:57:51 EDT 2012

Dear Tom and Mark,

Interesting suggestion Tom. Thank you. I will seriously consider it and for the time being, put in on my wish list until I gather more specific information to achieve it. Have you done it before? That could pave the road to success.

Mark. Do you have more specific information on your setup and could you please comment on your experience? 

Thank you both.


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On Oct 21, 2012, at 11:50 PM, Mark Sims <holrum at hotmail.com> wrote:

> I did this on a lark one day.  5065A -> doubler block -> tbolt   Seemed to work very well,  but I didn't do any serious testing of it.
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> There's a third alternative as well. You might consider using your 5065A as the LO in a GPSDO. This will sacrifice some short- and mid-term precision due to additive noise, but it will guarantee the best possible long-term accuracy. 		 	   		  
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