[time-nuts] Question about frequency counter testing
kb8tq at n1k.org
Sun May 13 09:49:12 EDT 2018
I guess it is time to ask:
Is this a commercial product you are designing?
If so, that raises a whole added layer to this discussion in terms of “does it do
what it says it does?”.
> On May 13, 2018, at 3:07 AM, Oleg Skydan <olegskydan at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Bob!
> From: "Bob kb8tq" <kb8tq at n1k.org>
>> It’s only useful if it is accurate. Since you can “do code” that gives you results that are better than reality,
>> simply coming up with a number is not the full answer. To be useful as ADEV, it needs to be correct.
> I understand it, so I try to investigate the problem to understand what can be done (if any :).
>> I’m sure it will come out to be a very cool counter. My *only* concern here is creating inaccurate results
>> by stretching to far with what you are trying to do. Keep it to the stuff that is accurate.
> I am interested in accurate results or at least with well defined limitations for a few specific measurements/modes. So I will try to make results as accurate as I can do/it can be done keeping simple hardware.
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