[time-nuts] Followup (still want a GPS-type NTP refclock)
saidjack at aol.com
Thu Oct 18 22:57:05 EDT 2012
Have fun experimenting
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On Oct 18, 2012, at 18:54, Sarah White <kuzetsa at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/18/2012 1:20 PM, SAIDJACK at aol.com wrote:
>> Let the GPS average the antenna position over a very long time.
>> On a good GPSDO one can select the number of averages, and the position
>> variance before the survey is finished, and the (now very precise) position is
>> stored in memory.
>> Indoors this may take a very long time to do (weeks?), but should work too.
>> The problem indoors is multi path, one never knows where the signal is
>> coming from that is seen. Setting up signal squelch in the GPS really helps
>> with that, for example the C/No could be set to a minimum of 35dB, and
>> anything below that is ignored so only the strongest signals are used.
>> We made a customer's urban solution work that way, it effectively deleted
>> all the multipath issues he had from adjacent high-rises, since the
>> multipath signal strengths yielded about 20 to 28dB C/No and were thus all
>> squelched, whereas the direct signals were 35 to 50dB C/No.
> Wow thanks.
> I've never seen such an insightful explanation for dealing with
> multipath signal issues. Fortunately, I'm not doing this for any sort of
> "for profit" purpose / just learning for now. This list really has a lot
> of experts :)
> -- Sarah
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