[time-nuts] Line Frequeny Stablity
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Tue Apr 4 11:10:02 EDT 2017
It's based on UTC, as derived from GPS.
I think you will find the following NASPI report of interest:
You will find maps over the regions too!
While NASPI is PMU/synchro-phasor focused, older equipment use GPS too
for phase capture.
On 04/04/2017 03:33 PM, Thomas D. Erb wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone knew how the US power grids control their line frequency with respect to time ?
> There seems to be four separate grids - Eastern, Texas, Western and Quebec - but I have no idea how they get their time.
> Thomas D. Erb
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