[time-nuts] looking at creative ways to route GPS signals through a home to a Thunderbolt

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Apr 8 16:21:28 UTC 2009

In message <49DCC283.4010908 at gmail.com>, Scott Burris writes:

>So the dedicated time-nuts may laugh at plan C.  This is to mount an 
>antenna on roof near the garage
>and connect to the RG6 CATV run from the garage to this room.  I'd guess 
>it's about 60-70ft of RG6.
>Can RG6 pass the 1.5Ghz signal successfully?  Is the Thunderbolt 
>sensitive enough to be used this way?
>Has anyone tried this?

Why not put the thunderbolt on the garage and run the disciplined
result over the coax ?

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