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Subject: Re: WinSDR Timing
From: Hammonds hammond@...........
Date: Sun, 18 Aug 2002 17:23:29 -0800
Bob, check out http://www.atomtime.com/ for a source of seismic timing via
I've used it and with good results. Rightime http://www.rightime.com/ is
a similar program
which works well. It will take care of that nasty PC clock drift.
I suggest that to compare local and regional seismic data with other
stations, your clock needs
to be accurate to within 100 ms of UTC at most.
At 04:13 PM 8/18/2002, you wrote:
>Has anyone had any experience in the use of Internet timing for WinSDR. I
>am interested in what is considered the maximum timing error that is
>acceptable for amateur seismic work, and also the recommended minimum
>recheck time. In other words how often should the timing server be checked.
>I live in an apartment complex, on the bottom floor. There are numerous
>trees nearby which would block a GPS receiver, and management does not want
>an external antenna. I am also experiencing difficulty in getting a good
>If anyone has had either good or bad experiences with any particular program
>I would also be interested in hearing.
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