[time-nuts] WWVB funding cut
John C. Westmoreland, P.E.
john at westmorelandengineering.com
Mon Aug 20 23:46:43 EDT 2018
It's a start. Of course GPS constellation down-links are our source; at
least a primary source.
Like I said, something to think about. Some call this a possible business
opportunity I would think.
We can solve the problem; but the issue is how can you replace something
like what NIST has
done with the WWV services that works just as well; and people don't have
to obsolete the
equipment they already have?
On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 8:29 PM, Ruslan Nabioullin <rnabioullin at gmail.com>
> On Mon, Aug 20, 2018 at 10:38 PM, John C. Westmoreland, P.E.
> <john at westmorelandengineering.com> wrote:
> > To All,
> > OK - I'll throw this out there -
> > What if we do something with AREDN and establish our own service? We
> > need 'cloud burners' to do an approach that way; and we will be able to
> > solve two problems at once.
> > For those that may not be aware, AREDN info can be found here:
> > https://www.arednmesh.org/
> > The more nodes we have; the better. We could run our own time service
> > way for not a lot of wattage per person; even run off of solar. I have a
> > 5V to 24V/48V design that can run one of these
> > radios for at least a day off of a USB storage battery that is solar
> > charged; so past the initial investment it would run provided the battery
> > was charged.
> > Something to think about.
> Ok, so essentially NTP over a TCP/IP internet (possibly routed with
> the Internet or Internet2) over amateur radio microwave point-to-point
> on common commercial bands (apparently with low powers). This is
> limited, and other modes of propagation and encoding are necessary
> (incl. VHF line-of-sight, microwave troposcatter, and low-throughput
> HF skywave).
> Ruslan Nabioullin
> Wittgenstein Laboratories
> rnabioullin at gmail.com
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