[time-nuts] Poor Man's IRIG-B Generator?
kyrrin at bluefeathertech.com
Thu Dec 14 01:42:50 EST 2006
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On 13-Dec-06 at 23:16 Jason Rabel wrote:
>I tried Googling but kept hitting dead ends, so I'm hoping maybe someone
>here has a good link or maybe some old source code.
>Basically I would like to have a PC driven IRIG-B generator (doesn't have
>to be super accurate), probably via a sound card (I've seen a few Windows
>programs - none for free though). Besides being free, it would be nice if
>it ran on Linux or FreeBSD.
Welllll.... 'Free' often means you get a substandard product.
Might I suggest NMEATime? I use it myself. Very handy stuff. Windows-based, uses the sound card to generate IRIG-B on a standard 1kHz carrier. And is $20 really too much to spend for a product that the author clearly put some quality effort into?
Bruce Lane, Owner & Head Hardware Heavy,
Blue Feather Technologies -- http://www.bluefeathertech.com
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