[time-nuts] FW: Question about the PLL of Trimble Thunderbold
jimlux at earthlink.net
Mon Oct 29 22:52:37 EDT 2018
On 10/29/18 12:03 PM, Hal Murray wrote:
>> Cables, which are of course low dispersion and low temperature coefficient
> If I go looking for good cables, do they specify temperature coefficient?
They sure do.. Usually it's specified as a phase shift vs temperature vs
> don't remember ever seeing it when scanning specs, but I probably wasn't
> looking for it so I could have skimmed over something.
> What determines the dispersion of a cable? Is it as simple as bigger wire
> (more copper) is better?
the dielectric is the primary determinant of this.
> Why do I care about the dispersion as long as all cables match?
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