Thanks Francois for the info.
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The outputs from the Ublox rx don't look very good on an oscilloscope. The 10MHz output looks awful
on a spectrum analyser as far as I remember. It's a couple of years since I played with it.
That's why I asked if anybody had tried it. I'll probably do it the same way as your friend.
On Mon, 25 Jul 2016 14:59:27 +0200 (Paris, Madrid (heure d'été)), you wrote:
Nice job Mister GW4NOS !
A friend of mine told me that we must remember that the internal oscillator
in te NE0- or 07 is 48 MHZ
and to avoid Jitter we must use a FULL division ratio
please have a look on a test
it seems that DF9NP is using 800Hz from a NEO-6M on this nice PLL stuff.
De : R Hopkins email@example.com [ukmicrowaves]
Date : 07/25/16 14:21:30
A : firstname.lastname@example.org
Sujet : Re: [ukmicrowaves] replacement GPS module
I've got a Ublox GPS. I think it's the same as the NEO6. It will output a
vast range of frequencies
if you send the correct strings to it. In the files you'll find 'GW4NOS GPS
is a list of strings there for 1,2,4,5,10MHz that you can send from a
terminal program or the
programme 'GPS Utility.exe'. I'd be interested to know how well this GPS
works in a frequency
standard. It's much more sensitive receiver than the Jupiter GPS's.
On 25 Jul 2016 03:17:04 -0700, you wrote:
I am currently in the process of rebuilding my GPSDO and thought It mightbe a good time to replace/update the Jupiter-T receiver. Can anyone
recommend a suitable modern replacement that still has the 10Khz output?