[time-nuts] GPS Antenna
mail at miguelgoncalves.com
Mon Sep 12 16:52:22 UTC 2011
It's an apartment.
I'll check today where south is to see what I can do.
Two last questions about clockstats
55816 60529.233 127.127.30.0 3524834928.999999971 2011 255 16 48 49 48
rstat 08 dop 0.0 nsat 12,4 traim 1,0,0 sigma 54 neg-sawtooth 13 sat
I was wondering what does sigma 54 mean... Is it the One Sigma Timing error?
Meaning 54 ns?
What about sat 38808008? I assume this is the status of the tracked
satellites. 8 means is being tracked while 3 is about to be tracked. Am I
Thanks for your patience and help.
On 12 September 2011 17:41, Chris Albertson <albertson.chris at gmail.com>wrote:
> 2011/9/12 Miguel Gonçalves <mail at miguelgoncalves.com>:
> > Hi Chris!
> > Here and on ntp-questions always helping me out! Thanks!
> > Moving it up to the roof would be difficult. Would have to talk to all
> > neighbours to ask permission to run a cable to the roof. I'll have to
> > it at this location.
> > Anyway, in position hold I would assume that using 2 satellites will give
> > good time. Right?
> I think you have already proved that it can work. This is an
> apartment or condo? If so then all you can do is either indoors or at
> best a pole that hangs out the window or maybe a south facing balcony
> rail mount. If it's not your building then you can't even drill a
> hole through the wall so you are stuck with indoors.
> Chris Albertson
> Redondo Beach, California
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