Drk Ryan wrote:
>Do "typical" personal computers contain OCXO or TCXO oscillators for their clocks?
You've got to be joking. You're lucky if you have a crystal. I have a
GPS interface to my PC from which I calibrate the CPU and timer clocks.
I can use a hair dryer to raise the temperature and watch the clocks
change, or use a refrigeration spray and watch them go the other way.
You can't count on the clocks in the personal computers to be any better
that 100 PPM.
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