[time-nuts] Time syncing question

fre_eng at g4fre.com fre_eng at g4fre.com
Sun Sep 10 11:24:41 EDT 2006


The offset from utc is sent in the cdma overhead messages that the phone 
looks at, as is the offset between gps time and utc. Its interesting to see 
how many networks in the USA are still transmitting the offset as 13 seconds 

Dave 

> Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 20:59:12 -0400
> From: "Daun Yeagley" <daun at yeagley.net>
> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Time syncing question
> To: "'Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement'"
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> CDMA phones have their clocks set by the system, as they require more precise
> synchronization of not only the data stream bit timing, but also the
> synchronization of the psuedo random key streams. These are used for syncing up
> the Walsh codes as well as security encryption key functions.  
> 
> Daun
> N8ASB 
> 
 





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