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clocking problems on NEAX 2400

clocking problems on NEAX 2400

clocking problems on NEAX 2400

I've got clocking errors on my NEAX 2400 MMG. In checking into this I found that the PBX does not have any connection to an external high stability oscillator, though there is such option in the documentation. I do have 4 T1's in the system which each are connected to the PLO for clocking adjustment. What is the function of an external high stability oscillator compared to the four T1? It appear that I can't have both the T1 and the external clocking source at the same time. Is that right? What should I aim to do to get a stable clocking of the system?

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