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Old 6th January 2013, 10:05 PM   #241
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Pat says he reach such phase noise, not with all of these crystals but with a 20-25%.
He tests all crystals and throw out the rest. Seems he use a simple picogate Pierce oscillator (unbuffered '04).
I cannot confirm that, I don't own the equipment to test phase noise.

He says about Tent clock:
"From his site, -92 dBc @ 10 Hz, for 33.xx Mhz. Subtract 9.5 dB, for 11.2896 MHz. Ok, let's be generous and say it is -103 dBc @ 10 Hz.
I throw out crystals that measure like that."
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Old 7th January 2013, 02:57 PM   #242
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amc184!
PCB at last arrived.
Thank you.
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Old 9th January 2013, 05:27 AM   #243
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Anton,
Just received my boards they are fantastic.
Thank you
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Old 10th January 2013, 12:09 PM   #244
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got the boards finally
they are awesome, thanks you, Anton!

I'm curious if I perceive any difference compared to my old valab clocks, but need to install at least one of them first in my T+A 1210.

A quick question, is it ok if I use old crystal with the clock? It's 16.934Mhz, so should be fine I suppose?
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Old 11th January 2013, 05:45 AM   #245
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tried to connect my old valab clock, but was unlucky yesterday... perhaps I did something wrong or maybe because of the 16.9344Mhz clock frequency. Does it correspond to T+A's 16.934Mhz or these are completely different frequences? Just to mention that I was trying to connect clock to 74hcu04 inverter.

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Old 28th January 2013, 05:23 AM   #246
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An update for those orders placed after the main groupbuy:

- Ryssen: sent 10/12/2012, arrived 20/12/2012
- mstr: sent 15/12/2012
- ruben058: sent 15/12/2012, arrived 25/12/2012
- UV101: sent 10/12/2012, arrived 22/12/2012
- dtses: sent 10/12/2012, arrived 11/1/2013
- ekidnah09: sent 15/12/2012, arrived 9/1/2013
- yyzz: sent 20/12/2012, arrived 28/12/2012
- andrea_mori: sent 20/12/2012
- randytsuch: sent 17/1/2013
- mikmm: sent 25/1/2013
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Old 19th February 2013, 06:02 PM   #247
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Hi
I missed the group buy of kits but Anton has just sent me a board. Thanks Anton.
I have had a quick look at the BOM and found that because of minimum orders I will have to order 100 of some resistors, 25 of some others.
This seems to jack the price up alarmingly.
Have other builders had to order in this way.
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Old 19th February 2013, 10:44 PM   #248
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Hi Dear Anton:

Do you still have one Kit for 7 - 20VDC powered version?

Thanks a lot for your reply,
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Old 20th February 2013, 08:13 AM   #249
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Hi
I missed the group buy of kits but Anton has just sent me a board. Thanks Anton.
I have had a quick look at the BOM and found that because of minimum orders I will have to order 100 of some resistors, 25 of some others.
This seems to jack the price up alarmingly.
Have other builders had to order in this way.
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You're right.
When you place an order there's a min. qty order according to each ref. Mouser/Farnell/Digikey mention the min qty order for each part.
Find substitutes : usually they are more expensive but you can order them individually without min qty order.
Resistors aren't the most expensive parts, and I agree with you, there's no need to order 100 units when you only need 2 !
Don't forget that there's also a min amount order, and you'll be charged for shipping/VAT too.
Another option is to find a retailer around
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Old 20th February 2013, 10:14 AM   #250
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sure but at that quantity you are only talking about less than 1 euro for 100!!!!

RS in the UK can supply in multiples of 10 for 16p (i.e. 1.6p each) I'm not sure you can really improved on that!!

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