[time-nuts] Have Quick Tools
Pieter ten Pierick
time-nuts-mail at tenpierick.com
Mon Aug 23 18:29:33 UTC 2010
> On Aug 23, 2010, at 7:52 AM, Brooke Clarke wrote:
>> Has anyone made a PIC based Have Quick device to either compare two have
>> quick outputs, generate a HQ data stream or read a HQ stream?
> I've been interested in playing with the HQ outputs of my HQ-compatible
> GPS receivers for a long time. It's on my list of things to do before the
> heat death of the universe, but there are a lot of projects ahead of that
> Not that it matters since there are so many projects ahead of it, but if I
> was going to do this today I'd probably use a TI MSP430 family processor,
> since those are what I'm presently set up to develop for. Hmm, maybe one
> could set up one of those Chronos wristwatch development kits to
> automatically set the watch time from a HQ source over its wireless link?
> You know what they say: Measure it with a micrometer, mark it with a
> chalkline, and cut it with a chainsaw! :-D
I would just use an axe for that, much less precise };-P
And of course for the measuring I would use a laser interferometer based
system, with nm precision!
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