[time-nuts] eLoran test 6 Feb for almost 2 months

Ruslan Nabioullin rnabioullin at gmail.com
Sat Feb 4 23:51:53 EST 2017

On 02/03/2017 10:02 AM, paul swed wrote:
> Ruslan
> NH will be easy to pick it up. The core frequency is 3 Cesiums in a
> cluster. As for time transfer it can but its really a pain in the
> backend and that information is indeed in the data channel. So make
> us jealous with your CS and RBs. :-) I am down in Franklin Ma so we
> are actually close compared to others.

I'm actually jealous of your LORAN time/frequency metrology capability 
:).  Apparently UrsaNav (headquartered locally in North Billerica, MA!) 
are the ones performing these particular aforementioned R&D efforts; I 
have visited their corporate website and have read about their projects 
and product portfolio, and have developed a liking for this company 
(despite being anarchosocialist).  The reason is that philosophically 
I'm a strong advocate of resilient technology and social policies, and 
consequently that is the entire purpose of my nonprofit time/frequency 
metrology and transfer project.  As an example, the redundant 
timekeeping and NTP transfer minicomputers will be provided with 7--10 
WWV and CHU channels received with redundant auto-failover HF antennae, 
just in case some channels fail (and that is in addition to redundant 
GPS and of course the set of redundant UPS-, solar-, and 
generator-backed standards, which hopefully will grow to there being a 
fused ensemble of two modern Cs standards at any one time, rather than 
the current scheme of the VXI-based controller simply running one at a 
time in an auto-failover configuration).


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