[Soekris] Radio receivers for time synchronization?

Virgil Champlin champlin at cs.cmu.edu
Tue Apr 22 20:23:07 UTC 2003

It sounds like WWVB is an option in your location since your "Atomic 
Time" clock works.  If so, have you looked at http://www.ulio.com?  
Their model 325 is $169(US) and the ntpd reference clock driver is Type 
34 (ULINK).  Good luck.  -virgil

On Tuesday, April 22, 2003, at 12:15  PM, David Kelly wrote:

> This is Soekris related because I need to keep a few net4501's time 
> sync'ed a bit more accurately than they normally operate. Lets say 
> within 10 seconds.
> Connections to outside networks and telephone lines prohibited.
> GPS is the likely solution. Not sure if the remote site will have a 
> suitable location for the GPS.
> A WWV receiver is another possibility. But I've not had much luck in 
> finding something in my ~$200 price range.
> Hmm. I have a $20 "Atomic Time" LCD clock on my wall. Maybe I need a 
> USB camera pointed at it and use OCR to set the system clock.  :-)
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