[time-nuts] Lady Heather 5.0 and COFS/Jupiter-T Receiver

Bryan _ bpl521 at outlook.com
Tue Dec 20 08:44:22 EST 2016

Thanks, yes probably better if one wants a precise elevation, although a rounded isn't going to make a hill of beans then add the elevation mask through the serial port using the binary word statements.

I see the Jupiter-T has a one satellite mode. For a user such as myself who suffers from a ground level north view on the 49th parallel would this option give me better precision when it comes to frequency.


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Sent: December 19, 2016 8:57 PM
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Subject: [time-nuts] Lady Heather 5.0 and COFS/Jupiter-T Receiver

All the Zodiac messages use scaled integers for their values.  Lots of places for limited precision and round-off to sneak in...

When the survey completes, it goes to position hold mode.  The survey data area turns grey and shows the values the survey used as a reminder of how it got the position.  On a GPSDO with a configurable PLL,  the survey data area reverts to showing the PLL settings.
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