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Subject: Re: DROP OUT OF DATA WHEN GPS CORRECTS TIME IN WINSDR
From: Mark Robinson mark.robinson@...............
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 17:50:57 +1200
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
> I really appreciate your trying to help me.
> James Allen
How far away is your computer clock from what it should be ? Setting it
manually as well as you can should make time setting software work much better.
The line "2. GPS time not set: lck 00:03 diff:0adj:0 sats:2/14 5:1E:0" seems to
indicate that you are only receiving two satellites. That is not enough. You
may need to get more clear sky above your GPS receiver.
If, as Dave says, WinSDR crashes when it gets confused about the time then
that's a bug which Larry could perhaps have a look at.
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