BTW - this is the "Clock Analyser" not the SPDIF analyser.... and yes its only for 44.1KHz based signals, but still useful and can be extended with a little modification.
Does anyone know the history of the "Ultra Analogue" - who where the designers?
The PCB has JAB / SPC / RO which might be the design teams initials?
If I recall correctly, many years ago an audio electronics magazine published a Jitter analyser / modulator design - so I wonder if its by the same designers?
- I have a Agilent / HP phase noise Rack system in the corner of the lab I can use to calibrate and confirm performance:- [url said:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/86116171/Phase%20Noise%20test%20system%20Rack.JPG[/url]
Which signal(s) would be most useful for measuring its jitter in an ADC or DAC?
I have a Yokogawa jitter analyzer (TIM). But not sure which are the most important signals to measure of a finished product.
SPDIF or ??