[time-nuts] Low-cost GPS distribution using DVB-T parts?

David J Taylor david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk
Tue Nov 8 07:08:43 EST 2011


> Hi David:
>
> It turns out there there are a number of different voltage standards. 
> Anywhere between 3.3 Volts for the DAGR to 10 Volts (and higher) for 
> many surveying GPS receivers like the Ashtech Z12
> http://www.prc68.com/I/AshtechZ12.shtml
> I've tested a number of them with some data at:
> http://www.prc68.com/I/DAGR.shtml#Ant
>
> The Motorola hockey puck was NOT designed for much more than 5 Volts, 
> it's an anomaly, most antennas work over a wide range of DC voltages.
>
> Have Fun,
>
> Brooke Clarke

Thanks for those pointers, Brooke - it looks like you've been having fun 
as well!

Cheers,
David
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