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Re: Non-GPS derived timing sources (was Re: NTp sources that work in a datacenter)
From: Peter Lothberg <roll () stupi se>
Date: Sun, 1 Jun 2003 8:13:08 PDT
I don't expect GPS to spin out of control soon..
So GPS tracks TAI and the difference is published (2 months after the
But it's simple to build a 'jamer' that makes GPS reception not work
in a limited area, same for Loran-C used in combination with GPS in
many Sonet/SDH S1 devices.
but I did wonder how
hard it is to find a another reliable clock source of similar quality to
GPS to double check GPS.
Short for a lab part of TAI, I really don't knew. GPS
price/perfromance is fenomenal.
US clocks account for 40% of the input to TAI.
In the month of April 2003;
NIST was 4.662%
USNO was 44.314%
(and we where 0.501%...)
- Re: Non-GPS derived timing sources (was Re: NTp sources that work in a datacenter) Peter Lothberg (Jun 01)