[time-nuts] Lady Heather Operation Questions
azelio.boriani at screen.it
Tue Dec 18 09:12:57 UTC 2012
LH has not a real manual but a list of command line options. I see that
there are many out there who (like me) still appreciate the command line
way of using computers.
There is also the command line kung-fu, for example:
On Tue, Dec 18, 2012 at 9:40 AM, dlewis6767 <dlewis6767 at austin.rr.com>wrote:
> I have a few questions, please, ...re: Lady Heather. I have had this
> application installed for some time, ...but have not used it since I
> thought it was only for Thunderbolt GPSDO.
> Since I have yet to afford a TB, (maybe Santa will come this year ). I
> have, however, recently added a Trimble Resolution T timing module to my
> growing collection of ‘affordable’ GPS module.
> This little credit-card sized GPS is really easy to work with, cheap, and
> fired up fast with a 1pps output. Resolution T is Just a tiny GPS, though,
> not a GPSDO.
> Back to Lady Heather. I did succeed in connecting LH to the Trimble
> Resolution T. Appears LH is designed to analyze it’s 1pps data (using
> Trimble TSIP protocol - a type of NMEA data). I was using Trimble’s
> ‘Studio’ GPS monitor application, which is good, but basic to the module
> A few questions regarding LH, please:
> 1.. Is there an operator’s manual? Operationally, LH is rather
> intimidating. While free (a good price), the user interface is somewhat
> crude. A manual for me to read is almost a necessity.
> 2.. The LH opening screen displays a rather big analog clock in the top
> right quadrant most of the time. Sometimes it opens with ‘ADEV’ data and
> no analog clock. What controls what is displayed?
> 3.. In the Trimble Resolution, there is only its’ internal oscillator
> and the 1pps output, so that is all that LH has to analyze, but in a
> Thunderbolt, does she also analyze the 10MHz output?
> Basic questions, I know. Just getting into LH operation.
> Don Lewis Austin, TX (Hyde Park)
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