[ntp:questions] Re: Good GPS for attic?
davids at webmaster.com
Fri Feb 11 19:46:12 UTC 2005
"Ivor Jones" <ivor at despammed.invalid> wrote in message
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> Ok, but it does seem to me to be a case of using a sledgehammer to crack a
Not at all!
> GPS provides for so much more than merely a time server.
Nevertheless, it is now the world standard for time synchronization.
> If it's experimentation you want, it's possible to modify one of the many
> off-air MSF or WWV etc. clocks and use that to set a PC's time by use of
> some very simple software and a minimal hardware interface. I still have
> the details somewhere of one I had to keep an old DOS PC synchronised to
Which of these works everyplace you have a view of the sky and can keep
time to an accuracy of better than one microsecond?
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