[ntp:questions] GPS clock for Linux
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Fri Sep 12 13:35:21 UTC 2008
hal-usenet at ip-64-139-1-69.sjc.megapath.net (Hal Murray) writes:
>> I am interested in getting a GPS clock to synchronize our internal
>>test network. I am curious to hear about relativley cheap and Linux
>>friendly GPS clock. (Less than $100 would be great)
>The Garmin GPS 18 LVC is popular. "Some assembly required."
>(aka soldering) No big deal if somebody has a soldering iron
>handy. There are a couple of links from here:
> You don't want the GPS 18 USB version.
You also do not want the GPS 18 PC serial port version either. Neither has
a PPS ( pulse per second) output.
> There are a lot of low cost USB GPS gizmos that use the
>SiRF Star III. They suck for timekeeping.
>These are my opinions, not necessarily my employer's. I hate spam.
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