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Old 18th January 2011, 03:43 PM   #1
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And I know someone would argue that it is not low jitter.
It is also not the right frequency.
Still.


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That's very cool! Thanks for the link. Nice to know that something that small is available off the shelf.

A Time Lord buddy of mine stopped by last week and turned me on to some work being done at the NIST. They have prototype atomic clocks the size of a grain of rice.
http://www.nist.gov/public_affairs/r.../miniclock.cfm
http://tf.nist.gov/ofm/smallclock/Welcome.html
Coming soon to a DAC near you.
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Old 18th January 2011, 04:05 PM   #3
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Since they are using the same abbreviation, I would not be surprised if it is the same stuff.


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I think you may be right. Let's get one!
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Is there any development with it ?
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These are super cool; but their stability is over the long term, like all atomic frequency references.
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These are super cool; but their stability is over the long term, like all atomic frequency references.
This one is achieving a low phase noise profile by adding a crystal filter.

Jackson Labs Technologies, Inc. | LN CSAC
http://www.jackson-labs.com/assets/u...CSAC_specs.pdf

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However, no products for audio application specific frequencies seem to be available. I have no idea on their prices, neither.
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