Scott Base time standard

By: O'Neill, T.J. (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Geophysical Observatory. Christchurch).
Contributor(s): Stanbury, A.C. (DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Geophysical Observatory. Christchurch) | DSIR, Physics and Engineering Laboratory, Geophysical Observatory. Christchurch.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Manual / Physics and Engineering Laboratory ; 261.Publisher: 1982Description: 31 p.Report number: PEL-M--261Subject(s): SCOTT BASE | TIME MEASURING INSTRUMENTS | ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT | TIME STANDARDS | TIMING DEVICES | ANTARCTICA
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This quartz crystal timing system has been developed for the Physical Sciences Laboratory at Scott Base, Antarctica. As well as providing a visual indication of the time, it produces time mark pulses and an accurate and stable 50 Hz power supply. It can operate independently of the mains power for limited periods of time. (auth)
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This quartz crystal timing system has been developed for the Physical Sciences Laboratory at Scott Base, Antarctica. As well as providing a visual indication of the time, it produces time mark pulses and an accurate and stable 50 Hz power supply. It can operate independently of the mains power for limited periods of time. (auth)

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