[time-nuts] Sneaky Errors
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Wed Oct 19 21:18:54 UTC 2011
Simple way is to use LadyHeather.
>From its output, you can tell if either or both are working correctly as
well as how well they are working.
That is assuming of course that there is at least one working GPS satellite
in view at all times.
If not it well tell you that also.
David VanHorn D.VanHorn at elec-solutions.com
I have two thunderbolts, set up so that I can switch over to the backup unit
if the primary fails.
All is well with that, but what could I do to detect a less obvious failure,
like 9.999999 MHz output?
If they disagree, I don't know how to resolve which is correct.
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