[time-nuts] REF1 standalone issue now

Jerry Hancock jerry at hanler.com
Wed Nov 15 15:08:40 EST 2017

OK, go figure, after resetting the loopback jumpers it came alive with a green light, GPS time is ok, still not presenting a satellite on the LH display but it must be seeing something to have the time correct.

Interesting project all along.

> On Nov 15, 2017, at 12:03 PM, Jerry Hancock <jerry at hanler.com> wrote:
> I found the write-up on getting 10Mhz out.  I added the resistors and cap and brought it out the 15Mhz connector after separating it from the 15Mhz drive.
> I booted it up and I have a Yellow No GPS light and a Red Fault.  The unit sees the GPS antenna as when I disconnect it the GPS light blinks.  I have the interface plug jumper with 2-8 and 3-13 shorted.  I’ve seen others that say to take 2 and 3 to 8 and I will try that next.  I was very careful in the entire process as it is tough to get the motherboard out of the frame.  I am getting 10Mhz on the 15Mhz TP as expected.  This is using the original REF1 GPS board.
> Any ideas?  Not seeing any sats on lady heather at all.  The antenna is known to be good.
> Thanks, close but I hope I didn’t do more harm than good.
> Jerry
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