[time-nuts] Old DOS Oncore Program for 6-12 channel receivers
Randy at synergy-gps.com
Mon May 1 16:29:04 EDT 2006
Actually, we try to, but some have just not ever made it, like the old
DOS controller. On the "new" website (which should open any day now)
there will be a lot more info and it should be easier to navigate. URL
will remain the same.
The ancient stuff will have to be used with the caveat that I can't
spend time helping people work with it as I have lots of other things to
do helping customers with the current software and hardware. It's really
fun now that I am supporting Motorola/i-Lotus GPS, Sony GPS, Kyocera
CDMA modems, and Siemens GSM/EDGE modems.
I have attached v11 of the DOS Controller. I hope it makes it through
everybody's firewall and anti-virus programs ;-) You need to add the
"exe" extension to it to make it run. It is self extracting. This
version supports 6, 8, and 12 channel receivers.
From: time-nuts-bounces at febo.com [mailto:time-nuts-bounces at febo.com] On
Behalf Of Tom Van Baak
Sent: Monday, May 01, 2006 1:08 PM
To: Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] Old DOS Oncore Program for 6-12 channel
> In my previous post I forgot to mention that we still have the old DOS
> based GPS Controller program if that would help. Let me know and I can
> shoot you a copy (or I could post it to the list if there is interest.
> It's a small file.)
Unless there's a reason Synergy doesn't want you to, it would be useful
for us if you hosted all the Oncore related tools, ancient or modern, on
some page of your web site. I wouldn't normally ask a vendor to do this,
but you and Art have been part of this amateur GPS and time-nuts
community for ten years.
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