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Subject: Re: WinSDR Timing
From: "angel@......... email@example.com
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 2002 20:08:06 -0500
Sunday, August 18, 2002, 7:13:20 PM, you wrote:
BH> Has anyone had any experience in the use of Internet timing for WinSDR. I
BH> am interested in what is considered the maximum timing error that is
BH> acceptable for amateur seismic work, and also the recommended minimum
BH> recheck time. In other words how often should the timing server be checked.
I use Tardis on several seismographs and the time is just great. I
run it as a service and it has a feature that does the recheck
automatically timed based on the drift of you PC clock. I have
permanent connection to the internet.
You can combine Tardis with something like Rightime which can learn to
regulate you own computers timers to within a few tenths of
millisecond per week. I would use this on any computer that did not
have a permanent connection.
BH> I live in an apartment complex, on the bottom floor. There are numerous
BH> trees nearby which would block a GPS receiver, and management does not want
BH> an external antenna. I am also experiencing difficulty in getting a good
BH> WWV signal.
BH> If anyone has had either good or bad experiences with any particular program
BH> I would also be interested in hearing.
I have had very good experience with Tardis
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