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Subject: Re: DROP OUT OF DATA WHEN GPS CORRECTS TIME IN WINSDR
From: Kevin Brunt k.brunt@.........
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 21:43:03 +0100 (GMT Daylight Time)
If your computer is _really_ getting 5 minutes adrift of the GPS time, there is
something pathological happening... You'd expect this sort of drift over the
course of weeks or months.
I don't know either the hardware or the software, so I am speculating. However,
it looks more as if there is a quarrel going on as to what the correct time is.
Are you sure that you've disabled the OS time synchronisation hard enough?
How often is this happening? Did it _start_ happening after the clocks went
On Tue, 12 Aug 2008 11:52:05 -0700 JAMES ALLEN wrote:
> The log file has a string of entries such as:
> 1. Adjust computer time by 393.961 seconds
> 2. GPS time not set: lck 00:03 diff:0adj:0 sats:2/14 5:1E:0
> 3. min buffer to old tome error: diff=189
> 4. ADC:Id:saas readSts:4/13 5:1E:0
> After the data drops out then it resumes logging data until it attempts to
> correct time again. It does not seem to matter whether the computer clock is
> set to check the time through the internet or such checking is disabled.
> I really appreciate your trying to help me.
> James Allen
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