[time-nuts] solar flares and cesium drift

Jason Rabel jason at extremeoverclocking.com
Sat Jun 9 14:46:21 EDT 2007

The GPS data doesn't show any odd drifts:



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Subject: Re: [time-nuts] solar flares and cesium drift

On 6/8/07, tom jones <epoch_time at yahoo.com> wrote:
>   I'm assuming all the drift I'm observing is my cesium standard (5061)
and not loran or gps
>   especially because loran is steered by gps and gps is steered by

Did you look at Timing RAIM (Receiver autonomous integrity monitoring)
data from this time period, to see if either your GPS receiver's
uncertainty increased, or an increase in drift of the SV cesium clocks
(compared to USNO) during the period in question?

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