I read that irig-b resolution is 10 ms but actual timecode generators usually have a resolution better than 1 µs.
I'm looking for some elaboration on this since I do not understand. Does the 10 ms resolution mean that the actual time provided by irig-b error could be up to 10 ms off from actual time? If so, would the 1 µs resolution apply in addition the to existing error?
Also, I'm not sure if this is the best place to ask but I thought I would throw it in since there is not a lot of information on the web on irig-b. If anyone has a recommendation for a low-cost irig-b signal generator, please let me know. I am not concerned with the actual time value being correct but I would like to have an irig-b signal on a coax line to work with. I've been watching generators on ebay but am hoping to find something in the sub-$100 price range.