[time-nuts] [Solved] Looking for multiple PPS timestamp logging
djl at montana.com
Mon Oct 3 20:57:10 EDT 2011
I use a freebie language called Robot Basic. It is very flexible, easy
to use, has a yahoo group of users, and the price is right! It will run
on any of the Win os's and does not require installation, that is does
not use the pesky .net or the registry. .exe files can be made, too.
> That looks like a great solution for monitoring oscillators/GPSDOs.
> Where to find an application that inputs RS232 and writes a file?
> Neville Michie
> On 04/10/2011, at 6:54 AM, Tom Van Baak wrote:
>> Hal, Don,
>> I too have tried all the PC-based (serial/parallel port) solutions.
>> As we discussed at lot with the TEC thread, they work pretty
>> well. But for general use, or stand-alone operation, what I use
>> for dirt cheap non-nanosecond timing is a TBolt-10MHz-driven
>> isochronous microcontroller.
>>> tvb came up with just the perfect solution:
>> Details here:
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