[time-nuts] Low-cost GPS distribution using DVB-T parts?
brooke at pacific.net
Mon Nov 7 19:28:25 UTC 2011
It turns out there there are a number of different voltage standards. Anywhere between 3.3 Volts for the DAGR to 10
Volts (and higher) for many surveying GPS receivers like the Ashtech Z12
I've tested a number of them with some data at:
The Motorola hockey puck was NOT designed for much more than 5 Volts, it's an anomaly, most antennas work over a wide
range of DC voltages.
David J Taylor wrote:
>> Hi David:
>> Yes, see:
>> Have Fun,
>> Brooke Clarke
> Yes, someone had already pointed out your site. Brilliant, and encouraging for the rest of us. I'm sticking with 5V
> only, by the way, if I can. I have the antenna in the loft now, line-amp awaited.
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