[time-nuts] Spirent STR4500 GPS simulator
paulswedb at gmail.com
Wed Apr 5 09:46:36 EDT 2017
Welcome to the group.
Funny you mention the Spirent. I see many available for semi reasonable
pricing though for Ham/Time-nuts a bit pricey still at $295 for a tinkerer.
And they do not come with the disk.
But as was pointed out to me by a fellow time-nut you don't need it. You
can directly control the unit by rs232 through quite simple commands. Use a
USB to RS232 converter if you do not have a real port.
You can create batch files of the comands on and on. I had downloaded the
manual to look at.
However I will not be buying a unit for quite a long time. Would need to be
sub $100 for me at least.
Good luck and have fun.
On Wed, Apr 5, 2017 at 6:24 AM, Phil Parsons <phil at computerhotline.co.uk>
> This is my first post after lurking for quite a while reading & trying to
> get to grips with the technology. I just purchased a Spirent STR4500 GPS
> simulator along with a pile of other kit. Unfortunately the CD was missing
> (no great surprise) & Spirent are not interested in selling me a
> replacement disk. So, can anyone help me with software for this or should I
> accept it is a door stop & get rid? My plan was to use this to get
> consistent signals to test a few GPSDOs I have acquired. Any advice
> gratefully received.
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