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[time-freq] Reflock II programming??

Christopher T. Day CTDay at LBL.Gov
Tue Mar 27 15:47:16 UTC 2007


Hi Luis,

I'm confused now about the phase detector choices. First, are the
choices all the same across the various configuration files? Second, the
silk screen at those pads says PD1, PD2_I, and PD2_N. If PD2_I is used
for +voltage -> +frequency and PD2_N is used for +voltage -> -frequency,
what is PD1 for? Thanks.


	Chris - AE6VK


-----Original Message-----
From: Luis Cupido [mailto:cupido at mail.ua.pt] 
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2007 3:08 PM
To: TAPR time and frequency projects
Subject: Re: [time-freq] Reflock II programming??

Hi Chris,

 > Luis can correct me if I'm wrong, but the N jumpers need to be set to
 > the N divisor minus 1 for the r2_flex_01 configuration. Hence, the
 > jumpers need to be set to 1110111111b.

Yes correct, I felt like confirming this since this has been a source
of confusion in the past.

 > In addition, you need to select the comparator that is fed to the
LPF;
 > you will want a jumper at the PD1 position.

Up or Down depending if the VCXO is positive or negative slope
control.


Luis Cupido.
ct1dmk.



Christopher T. Day wrote:
> Russ,
> 
> Actually, since I was just doing this for someone else, I think what
you
> would need is an R divisor of 50, 10MHz/50 = 200kHz, and N divisor of
> 960, 192MHz/960 = 200kHz. This would give up a comparison frequency of
> 200kHz which is above the cutoff of the loop filter, which is 100kHz,
> i.e., the filter should work fine since you're after the "DC"
component.
> 
> However, the jumpers for R do not correspond directly to the division
> ratio. They only select one of a discrete set of predefined divisors.
> Setting the R jumpers to 100b selects a divisor of 50.
> 
> Luis can correct me if I'm wrong, but the N jumpers need to be set to
> the N divisor minus 1 for the r2_flex_01 configuration. Hence, the
> jumpers need to be set to 1110111111b.
> 
> In addition, you need to select the comparator that is fed to the LPF;
> you will want a jumper at the PD1 position.
> 
> 
> 	Chris - AE6VK
> 
> 
> P.S. - Contact me off list as I could program this for you.
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: kb8u vhf [mailto:kb8u_vhf at hotmail.com] 
> Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2007 11:29 AM
> To: time-freq at lists.tapr.org
> Subject: [time-freq] Reflock II programming??
> 
> I have a 10Mhz OCXO and want to connect it to a DownEast Microwave
weak 
> signal source (a 192 Mhz oscillator with some multipliers to 1152 MHz
+ 
> harmonics out).  Somewhere I have a bookmark to a mod. to convert the
> 192 
> crystal oscillator to a VCXO (I haven't dived into that yet).
> 
> I built the TAPR kit of the Reflock II but I'm not sure of the next
> steps 
> neede to make it tick.
> 
> Can someone point me to an inexpensive JTAG programmer and software?
Or
> 
> better yet, is there some kind soul I could ship it to that would be
> willing 
> it program it for a nominal fee?  I'd prefer not to buy something and
> spend 
> the time learning how to use it for just one part one time.
> 
> How about setting the jumpers?  I think for 10 and 192 Mhz I need R=5
> and 
> N=96, yes?  Any other jumpers to set?
> 
> Thanks, Russ KB8U
> 
> P.S. sorry if this has been covered in the past, the web page to
search
> the 
> archives of this email list is broken.
> 
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