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[time-freq] RefLock II configuration

Owen, Michael Michael.Owen at Sensis.com
Thu Mar 16 18:42:02 UTC 2006

Dear Luis,
I'm sorry, but when I examine r2_enhpps_30_1.txt, I don't see an
explanation of how to determine the value for, say, f_conf.  Could you
please explain how "-- f_conf=00 locks to 5KHz multiples (internal
divider = 5000)"  is related to 1PPS -> 100 MHz?

	-----Original Message-----
	From: time-freq-bounces at lists.tapr.org
[mailto:time-freq-bounces at lists.tapr.org] On Behalf Of Luis Cupido
	Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 11:25 AM
	To: time-freq at lists.tapr.org
	Subject: Re: [time-freq] RefLock II configuration
	Hi Michael,
	The file "r2_enhpps_30_1.txt" on the configurations zip folder
	has it all.
	I agree it is in a "very compact style" but in fact should have
it all.
	Take a look, and if there are specific questions, let me know
	(do it to the list please) I'll be glad to reply.
	Luis Cupido.
	P.S. note that the N numbers on the PCB have different meaning
	each "pof" configuration file. Be sure to read the " *.pin " for
the description
	of where is what.
	The  " f_conf "  configures the lock point (that is the multiple
of ).
	for 100. 000 000 MHz use f_conf= 0,0

		----- Original Message ----- 
		From: Owen, Michael <mailto:Michael.Owen at Sensis.com>  
		To: time-freq at lists.tapr.org 
		Sent: Thursday, March 16, 2006 2:54 PM
		Subject: [time-freq] RefLock II configuration

		I went out on a limb to convince my employer to try the
RefLock II as a means of locking 1PPS to a 100 MHz OCXO.  Now we have
received two kits and it's my responsibility to get them up and running.
In the absence of any written documentation, I need some help.  Although
I have read through all the messages in the TAPR time-freq archive, I
can't find anything that tells how to select the N divisor jumpers for
1PPS -> 100 MHz.  Also, I don't understand what the f_conf(0,1) jumpers
are supposed to do.  Could someone please offer a suggestion? 
		73, W9IP



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