[time-nuts] LTE-Lite

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Thu Dec 4 14:57:16 EST 2014

David it always does a survey. Though even while doing that the frequency
output is fine after its had a bit to stabilize. I wanted to bring the
survey lamp out to a front panel LED however that appeared to be more work
and risk then the value.
The documentation says that from time to time it will do a re-survey.
Frankly my units racked and stacked with dividers filters and line drivers
for various frequencies I am using and its running very very smoothly.

By the way at a huge power consumption of 1-3 watts. The power mete doesn't
read well at this level.

On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 11:07 AM, David J Taylor <
david-taylor at blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

> With the LTE-Lite, are the survey results held in non-volatile memory, or
> does it need to do a survey each time it is switched on?  This is a fixed
> location.
> The survey light is still on after a number of hours of operation (but it
> may have gone off in the meanwhile), and the GPS light sometimes flashes
> and sometimes not.  The signals I'm seeing at the moment are: 24 30 26 18
> 32 27 21 18 and 19 in the "signal quality" indicator of Visual GPS.  This
> with the puck on the top storey of a two storey building, but indoors.
> Other GPS pucks work fine in the same location.  The PPS output appears to
> be correct, and there is 20 MHz from the 20 MHz port, but nothing from the
> Clock Out port on this 10 MHz unit.
> The unit is as-received, with the exception of switching to NMEA sentences.
> Thanks,
> David
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