[time-nuts] Temperature stability for Thunderbolt: results

Magnus Danielson magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Sat Jan 29 16:51:17 UTC 2011

On 29/01/11 16:40, WarrenS wrote:
> Yea, I know, Me too :-)

Great. :)

> And there probable is something in LH that will do that, If not now then soon with the next beta3 update.

Hmm. LH seems to be more and more of a swiss army-knife... ah well.

> Two other solutions for the snow. Move your Antenna AND Tbolt to California where there is NO snow, OR

That will be one hell of a long run of PPS, 10 MHz and RS-232.

> Move your Antenna indoors where hopefully there is no snow.

The antennas I have indoor so far has no major accumulation of snow, 
where as the outdoor antennas do have that problem. When enough of it 
has melted away I may get up and see if I can't get some better reception.

> My indoor antenna works fine for most applications and keeps the freq within a few parts in e-11.
> For indoors, It helps to increase the TC by about x2 and set the Elevation up and AMU down some to help it handle the added GPS noise it'll see.

I have been wondering if adjustment of position could lower the 
time-shifts as sats is included or not. But it doesn't help for 
combating the biasing factors of multipath.


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