[App_rpt-users] loss of time

Joe Bennett aprs at ka3nam.com
Sun Oct 19 17:29:46 EDT 2014


Take a look at GPSD... You can look at using PPS if your GPS supports 
it, or if it just outputs NMEA data it'll get the clock close, but NMEA 
time can have a lot of jitter...


-Joe
KA3NAM


On 10/19/2014 03:50 PM, Mike Lussier wrote:
> I have one repeater now running full time with a BBB & URI. The tower 
> site doesn't have internet at the location yet. Probably not until 
> spring. That is a future thought for doing all of this.
> I have noticed that it took the system no time at all to loose its 
> time sync and the time seems to be random. however as soon as I get 
> the the bbb an internet connection from my phone it syncs right back 
> up. I have a gps at my finger tips with a data out
>
> any thoughts ?
>
> Mike AE4ML
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