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Re: [linrad] Need circuit for 122 MHz crystal oscillator

I too have been looking at a low phase noise crystal oscillators around 100 
MHz for use in a Tayloe Detector design for a 50 MHz DC receiver. I was 
going to use a circuit found in QEX (90 MHz oscillator for a 6 meter 
transverter, Sept, 1995, page 27), but have been questioning this choice 
with the interesting reference below and the following reference:


The article by Chris Bartram referenced below has a diagram of a Driscoll 
Oscillator, but it is unreadable. Does anyone have a better copy of this 



At 09:10 AM 6/20/2004 +0100, you wrote:
>KJ7F wrote:
>>    I am considering buying the Time Machine for use with my 432 to 28 
>> Mhz transverter for EME and Linrad.   I want to get the daughter board 
>> to use with it.   That means that I need to make a 112 MHz crystal 
>> oscillator to use the Time Machine with the 28 MHz output of my 
>> transverter.   Does any one have a suggestion for a good circuit for a 
>> 112 MHz crystal oscillator using a 5th or 7th overtone crystal?   Of 
>> course a low phase noise design would be best.
>>Terry KJ7F
>Terry have a look at this link, it may help.

Brian K. Teravskis            Brian@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Apple Valley, MN