Trimble GPSDO 10MHz GPS Disciplined Clock/ 3 sine and 3 square wave 2 1PPS with a sma gps antennaDesigned by fluke.l, Ships from Hong Kong
Synchronization in a minimal space and at an ultra-low cost. Based on a state-of-the art GPS receiver, the clock delivers 1PPS, 10 MHz and time-of-day outputs with the highest levels of accuracy an...Read More…
Synchronization in a minimal space and at an ultra-low cost. Based on a state-of-the art GPS receiver, the clock delivers 1PPS, 10 MHz and time-of-day outputs with the highest levels of accuracy and stability
It can work at DC 24v or 15v or 12v
(check this clearly before you buy the power supply yourself)
There are RS232. PN8 NI 1PPS
10MHZ 3 BNC square wave interface
10MHZ 3 BNC Masahiro wave interface
2 BNC 1PPS interface
1V 50 ohm 700mV-1V output
Power supply + DC 12V-24V 2 A
Working current of 0.65 A - 0.28 A
I made the interface board and RS232 port for the GPSDO. It produces an Allan variance 1E-10 or less for the OCXO (assuming good GPS reception and good mechanical and temperature stability). You can just plug in 12v, and it will work. It makes a nice 3x 10mhz sine wave output and 3x 10mhz square wave and 2 x 1pps out.
It works for most ham radio uses or audio DIY user, and it is supported by Lady Heather's Disciplined Oscillator Control Program. You can monitor it on a PC, and it can be used with your Software Defined Radio.
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