### Brian McGee (@bmcgee22)

Yes, I think you can scale the cordic operations to have the ln(2) scaling built in getting the 2^x directly (I needed e^x, so didn't work on that optimization). ...

Not knowing the target platform and design constraints, a polynomial and shift operation like you suggest might very well be the best solution, that is a method...

You could use the Hyperbolic Cordic algorithm to compute e^x, then use the identity of 2^x = e^(x*ln(2)).Brian

To multiply a complex tone's frequency, you can convert the tone to a phase/amplitude format using CORDIC or some other technique, multiply the phase by the frequency...

So, I was wondering if I could have time base C be the ADC clock and just measure A and B through the ADC. It seems like the direct calculation of the Allan Variance...

Since we are dealing with atomic clocks, the three sources will have comparable variances. In my research into this problem, it sounded to me like if you were...

The signals are sinusoidal, so the idea of using an ADC was to try to be able to get the phase measured as accurately as possible and be able to do some signal procesing...

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