[time-nuts] LH web traffic

John Miles jmiles at pop.net
Sun Mar 24 14:42:58 EDT 2013

It has caused a lot of confusion, admittedly.  That's why, in the more
recent releases, I changed the label on the icon to "KE5FX TBolt (Seattle,
USA)."  But it seems that's still not enough of a hint, because people still
write me from various countries asking why their Thunderbolt's location is
off by several thousand km. :)

-- john, KE5FX
Miles Design LLC

> -----Original Message-----
> From: time-nuts-bounces at febo.com [mailto:time-nuts-
> bounces at febo.com] On Behalf Of Chuck Harris
> Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2013 10:44 AM
> To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
> Subject: Re: [time-nuts] LH web traffic
> The first time I fired up LH, I was very surprised to see that it
> thought I was in a location very far from here.  I was also quite
> surprised to see that the temperature it was measuring was quite
> different from mine, and that it didn't seem to care if my TB was
> turned on, or off.....
> Then I read the instructions, and found that the LH package has
> a sample version that is connected over the internet to the one
> of the author's TB's.
> You have to read a little more and set up your own version for
> your own TB.
> -Chuck Harris
> Louis Williams wrote:
> > Using LH to monitor a TBolt and notice a continuous flow of traffic
> that
> > computer and the internet.  The Trimble software does not do this.
> > someone educate me on why LH needs to talk to the web?  Thanks.
> >
> > Lou Williams
> > _______________________________________________

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