[time-nuts] Allstar GPS engines

Björn Gabrielsson bg at lysator.liu.se
Mon Jul 30 14:09:56 EDT 2007


On the old CMC receivers, there is still some manuals available from
Novatel, look under support and obsolete L1-only line. The not so old
SuperstarII is rather closely related to the Allstar.

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   Björn

On Mon, July 30, 2007 17:54, Jason Rabel said:
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> David,
>
> I just uploaded a bunch of PDF's that might help you. I didn't read
> through
> them all but I know some of it is for the Allstar receivers.
>
> http://www.rabel.org/archives/Novatel/
>
>
> Jason
>
>
>>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
>
>
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