[time-nuts] Allstar GPS engines

Björn Gabrielsson bg at lysator.liu.se
Mon Jul 30 13:54:59 EDT 2007


Hi David,

I have a bunch of Allstars 265-613939-513, they are at this point 1HzPVT
receivers. I am also looking for more information on the various numbers.
But fire it up and talk to it with the Starview software.

There is (at least) one more slowly evolving  GPSDO project based on old
CMC-receviers on this list.

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   Björn

On Mon, July 30, 2007 6:38, David Hopkins said:
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> Gentlemen,
> I have a couple of CMC Allstar 12 GPS engines that I was hoping to
> use in a frequency standard. There is little information on the net
> about these modules.
> One of the units has the number 220-600944-901 marked on it.
>
> Is anyone familiar with these units and could they explain the
> meaning of the serial number. In particular the last three digits.
> One of the receivers has a different three digits to the rest.
>
> I believe the Allstar units were available in a base station
> configuration as well. Can anyone shed some light on these units.
>
> Thanks
>
> David
>
>
> David G. Hopkins (Vk4ZF)
> CAPALABA QLD.
> AUSTRALIA
> S27 32.191 E153 11.867
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