[time-nuts] new gps timing receiver

Don Latham djl at montana.com
Sat Oct 31 08:08:46 UTC 2009

That's the one I meant, Ed. Wi125. Just saw a writeup in a trade mag.
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Ed Palmer" <ed_palmer at sasktel.net>
To: "Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement" 
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Sent: Friday, October 30, 2009 10:41 AM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] new gps timing receiver

> Do you mean the TiMax Wi125?  It appears to be a relabelled version of the 
> Navsync CW25 module with some customized software.  They also sell a TiMax 
> Ti125 module which appears to be the same hardware with slightly different 
> software.  The CW25 costs $68 each (for one unit) and the CW12 module 
> that's based on the CW25 but is easier to connect to costs $84.
> Ed
> Don Latham wrote:
>> I'm pretty sure the list members are aware of this, but the
>> Connor-Winfield corp (conwin.com) announced a gpsw timing module, $40 in
>> bulk, that maintains phase alignment between the 10 MHz and 1 PPS 
>> signals,
>> put out a synthesized frequency up to 30 MHz, and has a position hold
>> feature for one-satellite timing. I have not loked yet, but this looks to
>> be a useful device.
>> Don
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