[time-nuts] Dual PPS ntpd

Glenn Powers glenn at net127.com
Wed May 31 18:45:33 EDT 2006

Great! Thanks! I'll let everyone know how it works.

On May 31, 2006, at 6:40 PM, Hal Murray wrote:

>> I'd like to use ntp to find the offset between the two PPS's and then
>>  apply that offset in ntpd to the second PPS. Then, if I lose GPS
>> coverage, the second PPS should kick in with the offset applied.
> Plug it in.  Use the ATOM driver.
> There is a noselect option on the server line.  That collects all  
> the data
> (including log files) but won't use the server for  
> synchronization.  Works
> great for things like this.
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