[time-nuts] Lucent RFTG-m-XO GPSDO
paulswedb at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 10:23:06 EDT 2011
My comment would be that some gps receivers want to see a particular antenna
Maybe thats low.
Further if the battery backup for the gps unit has failed it can easily take
4-6 hours to figure life out on older receivers. Unless like odetics you can
tell it what sat to look for, not likely since these were intended for
un-attended sites. If you power down it has to start all over again....
Good luck and we will all learn from your effort.
On Fri, Oct 7, 2011 at 10:12 AM, Peter Bell <bell.peter at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have been playing with one of these units, and noticed that there
> has been some discussion on them before on this list, so I wondered if
> anyone might have any suggestions.
> Basically, the unit powers up correctly, but the "No GPS" LED never
> goes off - this obviously could be because it's broken or doesn't like
> my antenna, but with some of these telecom GPSDOs you have to manually
> trigger a site survey if you move them to another location. Does
> anyone know if this Lucent box is like that?
> Everything else seems to be working - once the "OK" light comes on the
> 15MHz output is enbled, the "No GPS" LED goes from solid to blinking
> if you disconnect the antenna - it just doesn't want to get GPS lock.
> I suppose I could pull the Oncore board (a UT+ according to the label)
> out of it and test that on it's own - but I thiought I would see if
> maybe it's a known issue first.
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