[ntp:questions] Re: Garmin GPS 18 firmware update -> 200ms offset
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Tue Nov 29 01:13:59 UTC 2005
"Ulisses" <ulisses.alonso at unavarra.es> wrote in message
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> On Fri, Nov 25, 2005 at 03:58:54PM +0100, Roman Mäder wrote:
>> thanks to all who responded. It wasn't the pps signal that had the 200ms
>> offset, but the NMEA-derived time itself. It looks like some hiccup,
>> because after another hard reset (pulling the plug) the unit is back to
>> normal operation.
> ummm... this makes me remember what happens with Garmin HVS-35:
> NMEA messages had an offset of [400, 700] ms with respect to the pps
> I tested this in different units with an osciloscope.
> I asked Garmin and they told me that it was spected ¿?
You should *not* use the NMEA messages for a timestamp unless the GPS
unit provides some guaranteed relationship between those messages and the
UTC secound boundary.
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