[ntp:questions] Installing more stable oscillator?

Hal Murray hal-usenet at ip-64-139-1-69.sjc.megapath.net
Mon Jul 16 22:35:12 UTC 2007

>According to https://buy.garmin.com/shop/shop.do?pID=223&pvID=796, it 
>says that the receiver has an "integrated magnetic base".

I had never noticed the magnet.  Being curious, I tried
it with a handy knife.  Yes, there is a magnet there.

>Even if it doesn't, Richard's solution of some glue and a magnet would 
>solve the issue. :)

There is also a screw hole in the center.

Duct tape works too.  :)

> The hottest air temperatures around here are about 115F (46.1C) or so. 
> The National Weather Service says that the very hottest temperature 
> reached in Tucson was 117F (47.2C) in 1990. The temperature of physical 
> objects, like a metal railing, might get a little higher, but certainly 
> not up to 80C!

It's black plastic.  I'll bet it gets warm on a sunny day with no

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