[time-nuts] Best choice for house 10MHz reference...??
stanw1le at verizon.net
Sun Jan 27 12:44:01 EST 2008
Which Loran-C timing receiver are you using ?
How far away is the Loran C station ?
Dan Rae wrote:
> Having just got one of the sub $300 thunderbolts from ebay, I would
> think that it is hard to beat for simplicity and price per parts per
> billion, if 10 MHz and / or 1 pps is all you need... It compares well
> with my other gps units and with comparison to Loran, all I can do here,
> it shows in the expected 10 e -11 or -12 range after about 48 hours from
> a cold start.
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