[ntp:questions] Re: Refclocks for the Ultra-Cheap
DELETE_westes at earthbroadcast.com
Fri May 6 22:36:46 UTC 2005
I'd certainly give that approach a try, but what kind of antenna is going to
be required to pickup a Colorado radio signal from California?
I would also prefer to buy such a radio from a vendor as a finished product,
ideally with device driver support for both Linux and Windows.
"Jonathan Buzzard" <jonathan at uk.me.buzzard> wrote in message
news:pan.2005.05.06.19.59.04.762310 at uk.me.buzzard...
> On Fri, 06 May 2005 10:26:00 -0700, Will wrote:
> > What are some extremely cheap options for locally attached
> > refclocks, preferably under $400 total cost? I don't need
> > extreme accuracy. Frankly accuracy to one second is sufficient.
> > The application is Kerberos. For various reasons the networks
> > internal time server cannot easily use an NTP client, so I really
> > prefer to find a locally attached refclock.
> Probably one of the cheapest refclocks is
> However this does require that you be in range of one of the various
> longwave radio clocks around the world. It supports MSF, DCF77, WWVB
> and HBG out the box. It should be trivial to add JJY support as well.
> Jonathan A. Buzzard Email: jonathan (at) buzzard.me.uk
> Northumberland, United Kingdom. Tel: +44 1661-832195
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