[time-nuts] WTB: GPSDO

Russ Ramirez russ.ramirez at gmail.com
Thu Mar 9 13:09:33 EST 2017


A few of us in the Twin Cities recently bought the current incarnation of
the BG7TBL GPSDO - I can recommend this unit for value as well as the
coverage it provides on simple Patch + LNA antennas versus the older egg or
dome style units. The lower power consumption versus a Thunderbolt for
example is also a plus. There are a number of write-ups out there on these
units, and what is available now are probably 3rd generation, at least.

The particular seller I used on ebay has this listing.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/171742240714?_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT

Shipping time was about 3 weeks. For me, this unit was a spare, and also
only as a 10 MHz reference, but I have been impressed with the performance.

Russ
K0WFS

We had a small tornado come through north of our house about 1/2 mile on
> Monday.  Really did a number on the antennas.  Only electronics impacted
> was my old Nortel GPSDO.  It’s pretty much deaf now, as far as I can tell.
> The Nortel always had a hard enough time obtaining the initial lock in the
> past on startup, but since “the event” it’s been no joy.
> So I’m in the market for a GPSDO.  Key application here is as a bench
> precision frequency reference.  Something with good composite noise
> performance close in.
> If you have a suitable GPSDO in solid operational condition, kindly
> contact me off list.  Thanks!
> 73/jeff/ac0c
> www.ac0c.com
> alpha-charlie-zero-charlie



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