[time-nuts] GPS for Nixie Clock
eds_equipment at verizon.net
Mon Jul 11 04:17:19 EDT 2016
That Adafruit Ultimate GPS Breakout works quite well indoors. I live in
an older house with tongue & groove roof topped by slate and plaster &
lath walls with thick stone on the outside. That GPS usually has 8+
satellites anywhere in the house except the basement. Basement not as
good, often no reception at all.
On 7/11/2016 12:44 AM, Hal Murray wrote:
> johnswenson1 at comcast.net said:
>> I'm looking into a TU36-D400-020 receiver.
>> What antenna to use? I would prefer something mounted inside the case. It
>> is wood so an internal antenna will hopefully work. The board comes with a
>> pigtail but it is not SMA.
> That's an old receiver. Modern receivers are much more sensitive and much
> more likely to work indoors.
> I suggest getting a modern chip. Some of them come packaged with an antenna.
> Then you can play around with it from a PC, arduino, or Raspberry Pi to
> figure out what you will have to do and how well it will work.
> Here is one to consider:
> Adafruit Ultimate GPS Breakout - 66 channel w/10 Hz updates - Version 3
> If you have room on the display, you can display the offset between the time
> as derived from GPS and the time from the power line. :)
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