[time-nuts] Lady Heather Version 5 is now available

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 17:23:27 EST 2016

Thank you for the secret on setting the receiver I was making it way to
The 3801 absolutely has a problem. Locks and everything just fine. Takes
about 20 minutes from a cold start. It will accept commands I am not
getting the correct output back. Everything had worked so it is a real
problem. I used any number of programs with it. HP satstat gpscontroller
and other old programs. So none of that is sick. The output is 0 to 3V
approx and its a LT1180 so it should be +- 5V at least and more like 7. So
somethings sick.
Its on the bench and will scope it out.
Thanks again for your fine work.

On Sun, Dec 11, 2016 at 12:18 PM, Mark Sims <holrum at hotmail.com> wrote:

> At the bottom of the command line help screen dialog, it should show what
> command was causing problems.
> You should not need to do anything.  Z3801A should be auto-detected.  You
> can skip the auto-detect by editing the heather.cfg file and changing the
> /rxa command to /rxz
> Are you using a null modem cable with the Z3801A... it needs it.   Also do
> you have the proper serial port selected?   If you have a /br command
> setting the baud rate, that would override Heather's auto-detect trying
> different baud rates or the /rxz command setting 19200:7:O:1
> -----------------------------
> >  I am trying to use Heather with a z3801. I have tried numbers of
> combinations of what should set the system to the Z receiver. But none seem
> to work. It immediately brings up the help screen and I assume that says
> the command is bad.
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