[time-nuts] GPS jumps of -13.7 us?

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Tue Jan 26 11:32:27 EST 2016


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In message <56A78CE9.20200 at xs4all.nl>, Paul Boven writes:

>Has anyone else seen GPS time jump by -13.7 usec today?
>I just heard from several geographically quite distributed radio 
>observatories that they have seen their GPS receiver(s) jump compared to 
>their in-house standards.

Here is a quick plot:

	http://phk.freebsd.dk/misc/20160126_gps.svg

The two receivers see the same (number of) satelites, but the jumps
happen at widely different times.

Magnitude around 14 microseconds seems confirmed.

These are both Oncore timing receivers.


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