[time-nuts] GPS with PPS
david at endor.com
Wed Sep 30 16:07:13 UTC 2009
The Garmin GPS-18 series with serial output (not USB) is a hockey
puck with WAAS and PPS output.
At 06:46 AM 9/30/2009, you wrote:
>I would suggest that you could consider one of the Garmin GPS 16/17
>models, that have been offered by Fluke1(China) at a sensible price.
>I have a GPS 16HVS which is performing very well just sitting on a
>window-sill (facing North), this offers a 1pps timing signal. It
>requires between 8.0 to 40 volts D.C (nominally 12.00 volts @ 40 mA.
>The alternative model, 16LVS, requires 3.3 to 8.0 volts.D.C @ 65
>mA. All the data on these devices is available on the Garmin website
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Joseph Gray" <jgray at zianet.com>
>To: "Discussion of precise time and frequency measurement"
><time-nuts at febo.com>
>Sent: Wednesday, September 30, 2009 9:36 AM
>Subject: [time-nuts] GPS with PPS
>>Does anyone know if any of those all-in-one hockey puck GPS receivers
>>put out PPS on the serial cable? The type that has the antenna and GPS
>>together, with a serial cable hanging off of it. I'm thinking about
>>using one for a timing project. The more sensitive, the better, as it
>>will be used indoors.
>>While I'm on the subject of GPS units, a question comes to mind. I
>>know that WAAS enhances position accuracy. Does it do anything for
>>time? My first thought would be no, as that comes directly from the
>>standard GPS satellites.
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