Pete, Is your goal to make SDR frequency measurements? One solution: grab any 24 MHz oscillator you find but use a counter with known accurate timebase (Rb,Cs,GPSDO) to continuously record its actual frequency. Don't adjust the frequency; just record it. Then, apply those readings as corrections to your SDR measurements. This software (or pencil & paper) correction method should give equivalent results as an atomic- or GPS-disciplined 24 MHz timebase.
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