EEVblog #646 – Gravity Detection Using A Frequency Counter!




Did you know you can use your frequency counter to detect gravity? You’ve likely done it before and you didn’t even know it!

EEVblog #646 – Gravity Detection Using A Frequency Counter!




Dave demonstrates the phenomenon of 2g-tipover on quartz crystal oscillators in an Agilent 53131A frequency counter.

 

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