[time-nuts] Meinberg or T/Bolt for PC time?

Tim Shoppa tshoppa at gmail.com
Mon Aug 11 17:56:09 EDT 2014

Assuming you mean "Meinberg Radio Clock", and you are also using Meinberg
or generic NTPD to talk to the Meinberg radio clock:

You can configure NTPD to use two stratum-0 refclocks hooked to the same PC
- you can make one be the Meinberg radio clock, and have the other be
hooked to the Trimble Thunderbolt.

You can also have the Meinberg radio clock hooked to one PC, and the
Thunderbolt to a second PC running NTPD.

Diversity in time sources is a good thing.

Tim N3QE

On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 1:29 PM, Chris Wilson <chris at chriswilson.tv> wrote:

>   11/08/2014 18:26
> I have 4 windows based PC's on my home network, for years i have used
> Meinberg or an equivalent to set the PC time. I was wondering if I
> could, or should, use my permanently on Trimble Thunderbolt to set the
> PC clocks? Any advantages or disadvantages. I believe there's a way to
> use Lady Heather to interface with a PC for setting the time, is that
> true? Thanks. My main desire for accuracy is amateur radio digital
> modes.
> --
>        Best Regards,
>                    Chris Wilson.
> mailto: chris at chriswilson.tv
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