Re: Progrock + QLG1 GPS as 10 MHz Reference?
So if I understand it, using the OCXO/Si5351A with the Progrock instead of the standard non-OCXO 5351A version would be an improvement?Bob,
I meant a commercial 10MHz OCXO, the QRP Labs one might be able to be setup as good but I am thinking of probably a around $30 with the advantage of no GPS. (If you think that is an advantage.)
And, as Joe says a modern TCXO like the FOX can be fairly close to that. (Although I've never liked the idea of the frequency jumps of the FOX even if it's never noticed.)
73 Alan G4ZFQ
I suspect you could do better with a good modern OCXO. (Mine stays