[ntp:questions] Re: Board that receives IRIG-B Signal
David L. Mills
mills at udel.edu
Fri Jan 23 04:15:27 UTC 2004
A number of firms used to make boards like that, but Symmetricom bought
them out, including KSI/Odetics and TrueTime. Symmetricom still makes
them; see www.symmetricom.com. The PCI TT560 (old TrueTime number) is
supported in current NTP.
You can of course plug the IRIG cable directly into your sound card. See
the IRIG audio reference clock driver in the NTPv4 distribution.
Vítor Claudino dos Santos wrote:
> I need some advice in order to synchronize the clock of my Linux computer to the clock of an atomic clock that generates an IRIG-B output. What I really need is some 'easy to install' and 'cheap' board to attach to my computer. Of course this computer will be an NTP server later, so I also need compatibility between the board and the NTP. Any Suggestions?
> Vítor C. dos Santos
> vitor at bry.com.br
> BRy Tecnologia S.A.
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