[time] GPS or CDMA Time servers

Brandon West brandon
Wed Apr 2 00:34:40 UTC 2008

Chris K.

Did you have to do a kernel recompile? I did a little digging and  
couldn't find it in the menuconfig. This scares me a little bit!


On Apr 1, 2008, at 5:00 PM, Chris K. wrote:

> I did the GPS18 LVC ($50) on bsd and it wasn't too bad.
> I extended the cable using STP so I could mount it on the outside of  
> the house.
> I usually stay within a couple uSecs with it.
> I started here: http://www.david-taylor.myby.co.uk/ntp/FreeBSD-GPS-PPS.htm
> brandon at blwest.com wrote:
>> Greetings,
>> I recently discovered the NTP pool and promptly added my Debian box  
>> to the
>> pool. I have one fairly simple question that will most likely  
>> result in a
>> not so simple answer.
>> Are there any affordable GPS/CDMA time servers that are affordable  
>> yet not
>> completely home brew?
>> I contacted Meinberg and received a quote for a LANTIME/M300/GPS.
>> Unfortunately, this unit is WAY out of my price range. Any ideas  
>> would be
>> appreciated. I've searched the web for quite awhile and most  
>> solutions
>> seem to be corporate in nature. Doesn't anyone make a USB or Serial
>> receiver that you can integrate with ntpd in Linux?
>> Thanks,
>> Brandon West
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