[time-nuts] NavSymm - Ericsson GPS Timing Receiver
paulswedb at gmail.com
Fri Dec 30 10:40:31 EST 2011
Very nice indeed with the opto isolation. I think Stans idea is reasonable.
Since you have no information its worth looking under the hood as they say.
See whats inside as a possible GPS engine. I suspect the optos are bolted
on and you may have access to at least cmos or ttl data signals to work
Save the optos. If you get it working thats a fine way to keep things safe
and I think those are standard LCC sockets. Kind of hard to tell. If true
the cables cheap on the surplus market.
On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 8:41 AM, Stan, W1LE <stanw1le at verizon.net> wrote:
> Hello Al,
> I hope you and yours have a Happy New Year.
> I would start with the radome removal. Were those screws or pop rivets on
> the edges ?
> Hopefully our UK members can assist with documentation.
> Stan, W1LE Cape Cod
> On 12/30/2011 6:54 AM, Alberto di Bene wrote:
>> I received as a gift from a friend what looks like a timing GPS
>> antenna integrated with the receiver, with optical links
>> for Rx and Tx (?).
>> This the label on the box :
>> And these are the upper and lower sides of the unit :
>> Does anybody perhaps have a bit more information on this
>> GPS receiver, and possibly suggest a practical use ?
>> For example, would it be feasible to open the unit and recover
>> maybe the 1pps signal, and some sort of data strings ?
>> 73 Alberto I2PHD
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