[time-nuts] Z3805A: How to correct a 1024 week date error?
Dr. David Kirkby (Kirkby Microwave Ltd)
drkirkby at kirkbymicrowave.co.uk
Tue Dec 2 21:46:57 EST 2014
On 3 Dec 2014 02:08, "James Robbins" <jsrobbins at earthlink.net> wrote:
> Brief update:
> This receiver (whatever it is) refuses to "forget" 1995 despite
un-powering, etc. I will learn to live with it, I think.
You could report it to the seller as a fault. He must have quite a bit of
experience on these.
Another option would be to hack the ntp software so it gives out a correct
date, assuming that you can determine what the
> It was sold to me as a "Z3801A updated to 58503A ".
> 1. The main board is labeled "Z3805A" (Not Z3801A) as are some of the
> 8. It reports to the GPSCon program that it is a Z3801A!
I think you should contact the seller. Let us know how he responds. I
hear good and bad things about him. It is quite possible that there is a
team of people, rather than one person, so maybe it varies a bit.
I have just bought an 58503A from him. This is not an upgraded one, but
should be a unmodified 58503A. I only bought it in the last few hours and
are awaiting the invoice.
I will let you know what that is like.
The term "upgraded" can be interpreted different ways. It doesn't mean it
has to be 100% identical in every way.
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