[time-nuts] Iforomation request XR5 M

Rob Kimberley rk at timing-consultants.com
Thu Jul 19 12:59:43 EDT 2007


I have an old colleague who used to work for Navstar in Daventry. Will try
to find out what he knows.

Rob K 

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Subject: [time-nuts] Iforomation request XR5 M

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Hi all,
I've had to admit defeat on web searches for connection information on this
receiver. It's a NavStar XR5M. These were a popular GPS in a diecast box
with screw-lock DIN connectors on the front. Later ones were marked "12
Channel" (mine is not), they were sold under several different makers names.
Does anyone have any connection information, or even better a manual? 

Many thanks,
Robert G8RPI.


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