[time-nuts] New WWVB modulation format receivers (NOT)
bob91343 at yahoo.com
Fri Feb 21 14:42:05 EST 2014
Oops yes I goofed, it's 500 MHz. 500 GHz is beyond state of the art I would think.
So GPS satellites are NIST in miniature it seems. That's a lot of payload but now I have to see how to gain access to it.
On Friday, February 21, 2014 11:17 AM, Florian Teply <usenet at teply.info> wrote:
Am Thu, 20 Feb 2014 16:02:03 -0500
schrieb Chuck Harris <cfharris at erols.com>:
> At 60KHz, it shouldn't be out of range of most
> general purpose CPU's, and even the most pathetic DSP.
Actually, I was referring to the price tag associated with having a
custom chip done... ;-) I fully agree that the computing shouldn't be
an issue for anything nowadays.
> Why bother with a hardware solution when software can
> do it more easily?
Nuts answer: because we can?
> -Chuck Harris
> Florian Teply wrote:
> > Well, if someone comes up with a circuit, I could check how much
> > chip area that would consume in a 250nm SiGe BiCMOS... Shouldn't be
> > out of range for a serious time nut ;-)
> > Florian
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