[time-nuts] Designing an embedded precision GPS time server

Mike Cook michael.cook at sfr.fr
Mon Oct 30 01:10:28 EDT 2017

> Le 29 oct. 2017 à 11:29, Leo Bodnar <leo at leobodnar.com> a écrit :
> If you are making an open source thing you might want to use Laureline NTP http://partiallystapled.com/pages/laureline-gps-ntp-server.html as a starting point or as a performance yardstick.  I have never seen one so can't comment on how well it works but if done properly it should be reasonably solid and agile.  I think the guy who designed it also sells them commercially but from what I can see the design is also available for others to use.

Try again.    Sorry if some of you got a SPAM header.. My client has issues.

I bought one of these  three  years ago. It is very reliable and the perf is very good. I attach a couple of shots from this morning. 

Unfortunately it does not propagate leap seconds.

> Leo
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