[time-nuts] Time source for indoor standalone PC

Scott McGrath scmcgrath at gmail.com
Sat May 18 14:34:58 EDT 2013

Same here. Ac was provisioned via motor generator set which also had benefit of filtering power and short term drop protection

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On May 18, 2013, at 12:39 PM, "David J Taylor" <david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

> From: Chris Albertson
> I woud assume that if "security" is the reason he can't have an internet
> connection or even run an antenna cable for GPS then a WiFi connection to
> anything outside of the area is totally disallowed by the rules he was to
> work under.
> I'm worked in these places too.  We did not allow anything that could
> conceivably carry information to be connected and that included the AC
> mains wiring with had to be heavly filtered, cartainly no WiFi enabled
> equipment, cell phones or whatever was allowed.
> But we've not yet heard back from Grant about what he really is alowed to
> do or what his budget it.   Certainly if the accuracy is only "a few
> seconds" I don't see why a wristwatch is not good enough.
> ===============================
> Yes, I've also worked in similar environments, and hence the "if" prefixing my comments.  I had also wondered whether a PPS signal could be sent via light - over an optical fibre, but likely the same restrictions would apply.
> Agreed if "seconds" are all that is required, a good watch would suffice.
> Cheers,
> David
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