[time-nuts] GPS Model ?
albertson.chris at gmail.com
Sun Nov 13 19:31:10 EST 2016
I've got some older Oncore stuff too. The specs sound dated but are
orders of magnitude better than needed for NTP servers. It is the kind of
thing you turn on then it just runs for years. Get a good outdoor antenna.
That said, last time, a few months ago when I was looking for an under $10
receiver I ended up with a U-Blox 6 for about $7 shipped. It outperforms
the Oncore in every way
On Sun, Nov 13, 2016 at 3:06 PM, Art Sepin <art at synergy-gps.com> wrote:
> You have either a 6 channel PVT-6 or a 6\8 channel Basic Oncore. Both
> share size, power and I\O specifications. I'll send the Basic Oncore
> Engineering Notes to you off list.
> We'll also post the Engineering Notes to our website for others who
> might be interests in this early nineties legacy Motorola product By
> Tuesday: http://www.synergy-gps.com/index.php?option=com_content&
> Art Sepin
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> Any idea what unit this is?
> Has the markings:
> 7ST5H on a bar code
> TM-AC on the PCB
> BV-AC M447D on PCB
> 84D43215M03 on PCB
> Looks similar to the old ONCORE stuff.
> This unit has a BNC added to the Antenna.
> Did some searching but no luck yet.
> Hope the attachments go thru.
> Thanks in advance.
> J. T. (Mitch) [Amateur radio VE6OH] [CFARS CIW308] email
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