[time-nuts] LH web traffic
lawilliams at alum.mit.edu
Sun Mar 24 17:47:11 EDT 2013
Thanks to all who responded to my lack of knowledge. "When in doubt, read
the directions." The screen even says what the source is if you look in the
right place. Thanks again.
Lou Williams, W8INL
From: John Miles [mailto:jmiles at pop.net]
Sent: Sunday, March 24, 2013 2:43 PM
To: 'Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement'
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] LH web traffic
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
> > 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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