[time-nuts] Strange effect with C-Field change

Bill Hawkins bill at iaxs.net
Thu Mar 24 17:22:35 EST 2005

Just because something isn't probable doesn't mean it isn't
possible. Given that the "normal" light was still on, either
the light logic is faulty or the 5061 never lost lock. That
leaves the GPS receiver, antenna and signal path. That it
happened at about the time the adjustment was moved could
be coincidence.

The probability that it was caused by the Mother Ship hovering
over your house and disturbing the signal path is negligible.
What else could cause the observed result? Simply losing GPS
lock isn't going to make the 1 PPS move around like that. Or
were you looking at the received 1 PPS instead of the processed
1 PPS?

I don't know enough about the 5061's error logic to know how
the 1 PPS could dance around like that.

What are the two overshoots at the begin and end of the 100 mS
offset straight line? Is that your signal processing or was it

You don't have any neighbors trying to mess with your mind, do
you? Like the guy who secretly added gas to his neighbor's car
because the neighbor was so proud of his gas mileage...

Bill Hawkins

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