[time-nuts] current crop of GPS receivers for Rpi/Beaglebone for NTP server/etc

Bob Darlington rdarlington at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 22:06:03 UTC 2017


I'm happy to give you my BBB and custom made gps cape for it if you want to
continue the work.  I stopped all work right about the time I got married
(2 years ago) and likely will never circle back around to play with it

It uses a Furuno GT-8736 timing receiver and I had it working with NTP
pretty easily.  I'll try to dig it out and get into it and get it ticking
again before mailing it to you if you are interested in it.

Here are some plots I made before pulling the plug the last time:


On Mon, Oct 16, 2017 at 7:45 AM, jimlux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:

> I have beagles, but others have pis.
> There seem to be dozens of GPS receivers out there in a variety of form
> factors.
> What's the current "best" inexpensive choice for run of the mill
> time-setting/1pps  that's a "catalog" item
> Plenty of online "how-to" from 2013 and 2014, but we here on the list know
> that the "cheap GPS" receiver business is a very moving target - 4 years is
> a long time.
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