The Use of GPS Disciplined Oscillators as Primary Frequency Standards for Calibration and Metrology Laboratories

@inproceedings{Lombardi2008TheUO,
  title={The Use of GPS Disciplined Oscillators as Primary Frequency Standards for Calibration and Metrology Laboratories},
  author={Michael A. Lombardi},
  year={2008}
}
An increasing number of calibration and metrology laboratories now employ a Global Positioning System disciplined oscillator (GPSDO) as their primary standard for frequency. GPSDOs have the advantage of costing much less than cesium standards, and they serve as “self-calibrating” standards that should not require adjustment or calibration. These attributes make them an attractive choice for many laboratories. However, a few of their characteristics can make a GPSDO less suitable than a cesium… CONTINUE READING
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