[time-nuts] : L1 GPS timing signal(s) into local time on computer(s)

Sarah White kuzetsa at gmail.com
Mon Aug 20 18:10:07 EDT 2012


CFO:

oooh, really.

So 10mhz reference is pretty standard for a GPS disciplined frequency
standard. Thanks.

I really like that the thunderbolt can (assuming the initial location
has been uploaded, or the default "site survey" has been completed)
still keep accurate time / discipline based on a single satellite lock
(before falling back on the ovenized crystal in pure "holdover" mode)

... Is that a common feature? Know of any good ones other than the
trible thunderbolt?

On 8/20/2012 5:07 PM, cfo wrote:
> On Sun, 19 Aug 2012 15:29:22 -0400, Sarah White wrote:
> 
>> oh wow, thanks. I'll try that.
>>
>> Also, I figured out that typing in "trimble thunderbolt" instead of
>> "thunderbolt gps" gives me zero hits for phone... but fewer hits for the
>> GPSDO too :(
>>
> 
> Try to search on : 10mhz gps 
> 
> You should see most thunderbolts,and especially this one (eB#) 
> 170886463609
> 
> US located , and the only decent priced Tbolts left on eB
> 
> CFO - Denmark
> 
> 
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