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Old 15th March 2011, 09:56 AM   #1
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Default DIY CDPRO2 Player with Rubidium clock

had made a CDPRO2 with Rubidium clock.

Use this Rubidium clock module

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This module can be set from 2MHz to 18MHz , each step is 1Hz .

The spec of FE-5680A is as follow

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This is my flow diagram.

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8.4672MHz Rubidium clock system
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BNC clock output
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Rubidium clock system turn on (heat up until temperature = 50C (about 5 minutes) ) power consumption =38W
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when temperature = 50C /power consumption =16W
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Stable temperature is about 50C
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Old 15th March 2011, 10:44 AM   #2
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Old 15th March 2011, 11:15 AM   #3
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had made a CDPRO2 with Rubidium clock.
what's the jitter specification ?

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Old 15th March 2011, 11:53 AM   #4
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Hi Guido, I have a rubidium clock too. If you like you can measure it (providing you have the right equipment to measure it). Should be better than oscillator modules given the purpose they were intended for.
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Hi Guido, I have a rubidium clock too. If you like you can measure it (providing you have the right equipment to measure it). Should be better than oscillator modules given the purpose they were intended for.
Hi Jean-Paul,

Thanks, good to hear from you. I know how most of them measure. In addition the synthesizer in the backend adds jitter.

better is relative; If you need long term stability, they are OK. For audio they are a dead end.

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