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Posted to diyPhysics.com: d.i.y. 10 MHz Atomic Clock Frequency Standard Using Surplus Rubidium Oscillator

d.i.y. Rubidium atomic clock 10 MHz reference by David Prutchi PhD www.diyPhysics.comI just posted on www.diyPhysics.com  about my 10 MHz rubidium standard based on a surplus Efratom M-100.  It is a free-standing 10 MHz +/-5×10-11 frequency standard for frequency counters, as well as a precise calibration source. I use it to keep precise track of frequency when working on Earth-Moon-Earth (EME) communications, where even tiny errors in tuning can make the difference between success and failure to receive weak echoes.

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