[time-nuts] Truetime Time server NTS-100 Downconverter info wanted

Scott McGrath scmcgrath at gmail.com
Sun Oct 5 01:25:45 UTC 2008

We have the time vault units - soon to be replaced with 3500's with Rb

The 'downconverter' is an amplifier used for long cable runs and the
power injection is changed as well.    I would measure what the
NTS-100 is actually putting out without the downconverter our
NTS-300/TimeVault unit puts +12 on the cable it may be much higher for
the downconverter.    There are some TrueTime upconverters on EBAY
right now which should do the job

- Scott

On Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 12:17 AM, Don E. Wisdom <donw at engineeringinc.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have a NTS-100 GPS model.   I am going to be putting it into use @ my
> employers where I have a T1 & Rooftop access & backup power.   It has the
> lovely "downconverter required" sticker on the back of it.   It does NOT
> like my trimble bullet antenna.   Can someone let me know how I can get this
> working with a Andrews GPS antenna?
> Thanks
> --Don
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