[time-nuts] Wavecrest DTS2075

John Ackermann N8UR jra at febo.com
Tue Apr 10 18:04:41 EDT 2018


It's more a burst-mode and averaging analyzer like the HP 5371/5372.  But it can do sustained time interval measurements if you mess around enough with the settings.  And the resolution is down in the very low picoseconds.

But it's big, awkwardly shaped, and has a jet turbine fan.

John

On Apr 10, 2018, 6:00 PM, at 6:00 PM, Bruce Griffiths <bruce.griffiths at xtra.co.nz> wrote:
>Its more accurate and has less measurement noise than the SR620.
>
>The input bandwidth is also greater.
>
>The accuracy is no better than that of a modern TDC chip, however its
>measurement noise is lower.
>
>Bruce
>
>> 
>>     On 11 April 2018 at 07:17 Gerhard Hoffmann <dk4xp at arcor.de>
>wrote:
>> 
>>     I have been offered a DTS2075. Is this generally regarded as a
>step
>> 
>>     forward if you already have a SR620 or is it more or less the
>same
>> 
>>     league? Are there any hidden pearls or caveats?
>> 
>>     TIA and best regards,
>> 
>>     Gerhard
>> 
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