[ntp:questions] ntpd: time reset problem

Unruh unruh-spam at physics.ubc.ca
Fri Sep 18 17:06:11 UTC 2009

David Lord <snews at lordynet.org> writes:

>David J Taylor wrote:
>> "David Lord" <snews at lordynet.org> wrote in message 
>> news:7hg1jtF2s1lvqU1 at mid.individual.net...
>>> David J Taylor wrote:
>>>> You'll have to get a GPS puck and wireless PC on the roof!  Safely
>>> That looked a possibility earlier this year but treeline front
>>> and back has shot up maybe a couple of metres already and if
>>> same next year I'd be needing a mast.
>> Don't worry about trees - a modern GPS such as the GPS 18x LVC is very 
>> sensitive, and can work with a lot of obscuration.  Although my GPS 18 
>> LVC is sitting on the roof, the GPS 18x LVC works just as well sitting 
>> in a room on the top floor of the house.

>It's very wet round here with 90 +/- 10% R/H being common in
>various locations including out back of house which is often
>95%. You could only hang washing out for it to get wet. This
>means leaves are soaking wet and beginning of year when I
>swapped from BR304 to GPS18-LVC I was getting continuous
>reach 377 but this deteriorated as trees came into leaf.

I live in Vancouver, Canada. It has somewhat of a reputation for rain. 
As I said, my puck in on my front porch, with a house behind it, and 25m
trees 20m away. It works. 

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