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23305Re: [sdr-radio-com] Re: HackRF question on clocks/terminations

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  • josephrot
    Aug 18, 2014
      Eddie... If you are going to be both running SDR, seriously or not, and you want a good start at a home lab, then Rb frequency standard is the "best" way to go, as you can grow into the Rb accuracy and stability, which is often quoted as "phenomenally better" than any TXCO or OXCO, once the Rb locks in.  As far as sine or square wave output go, both work for the SDR purposes, with square waves generate more harmonics than sine generally does, due to the square wave's usually sharp rise and fall times, etc. Square waves are generally preferred for digital use, timing, etc. As far as adjusting a local oscillator, having both sine and square wave available has advantages, with sine wave being generally preferred.  Joe Rotello / Knoxville, TN / USA
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