[ntp:questions] Re: Reference clocks - which?
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anjahnoaoed at fl.net.invalid
Sun Oct 31 12:21:44 UTC 2004
Abandoning the right to remain silent, Jonathan Buzzard at Sat, 30 Oct
2004 09:22:34 +0100 said:
> On Sat, 30 Oct 2004 02:05:09 +0300, Tapio Sokura wrote:
>> Anyway, a GPS synchronized time server can be built for considerably
>> under 100 USD, not counting the PC itself. You just need to tinker a bit
>> with the additional circuits and provide some kind of housing for them
>> and the GPS board. The timing performance of Oncore VPs is excellent,
>> generally the performance of the whole system is more limited by the PC
>> than the GPS receiver.
> Which is still considerably more expensive and more complicated than my
> LW based receiver. The original poster would appear from his name and
> and email address to be based in Poland. As a result his best and cheapest
> option is indeed my radioclock design using the DCF77 signal.
When DCF77 works here in Oz I might be interested.
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