[time-nuts] Good use for an HP 10811

Brian Lloyd brian at lloyd.com
Mon Feb 17 09:45:33 EST 2014


On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 8:31 AM, David J Taylor <
david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

> @uhf_satcom just tweeted:
>
> "Finally, a signal from ESA Rosetta @ 755Million Km distance! Best DX so
> far @uhf_satcom FFT; http://pjm.uhf-satcom.com/
> twtr/rosetta_8422496_170214.jpg ... - antenna 1.8M diameter"
>
>  https://twitter.com/uhf_satcom/statuses/435339066024808448
>
> Hope the link works!
>
> His receiver chain is synced to an HP 10811, allowing him to use sub-Hz
> bandwidths to get that singal with just a 1.8 m dish.  Very well done!
>
> (and apologies for it being frequency and not time!)
>

But it is! Time is just 1/f. Or is frequency 1/t? I can never remember
which is which. ;-)

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