[time-nuts] Trimble Resolution T versus Motorola Oncore UT+
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Sun May 12 19:02:23 EDT 2013
On 13/05/13 00:13, Bob Camp wrote:
> Is the M12 going away or they just going through (another) parts change?
You are correct. I read it sloppy, but I did recall that there was
something going on (easy to check by just reading the link I did provide
- so brown paper bag on my head this time).
Regardless, one has to be a bit careful in expected lifetime.
> On May 12, 2013, at 5:15 PM, Magnus Danielson<magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org> wrote:
>> Hi Bert,
>> On 12/05/13 22:31, EWKehren at aol.com wrote:
>>> With the availability of Motorola Oncore products and the Synergy pin
>>> compatible it would make sense that some one does a board design that allows
>>> plug in and saw tooth correction. We use a 14 pin PIC and a DS 1023 with
>>> good results. Should also add a survey command. With the increasing cost of
>>> Tbolts this is a nice alternative. The latest Shera makes it a nice GPSDO for
>>> OCXO's and Rb's. The list price for a DS 1023 is just at $ 19 (lot of
>>> silicon) but if some one does a group buy if the interest is there a $ 25 kit
>>> price would be attainable. Right now I found a source $ 10 plus shipping I
>>> paid just over $ 6, three month ago. using one of these in a Rb application
>>> because of the long filter time may not even need saw tooth
>> If it where that simple.
>> Regarding availability of the iLotus M12M see this on Synergy:
>> Availability: Get it while you can, it's going away.
>> It looks like you will have to consider using LEA6T or something like that soon enough.
>> I like the "openness" of the Motorola and Novatel receivers. Which modern receivers provide the same level of openness into states and details?
>> Oh, we should make sure to backup documentation on the Oncores. The early ones is already fuzzy.
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