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Garmin GPS 18x High-Sensitivity Sensor

The GPS 18x is an OEM, high-sensitivity GPS sensor for use in au Read more

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Garmin GPS 18x LVC 010-00321-36 for your's own high-precision time server

sergsero, Ebay
5 January 2014
  • Summary: Highlight the Garmin model with the index 00321-36. This "36" option has a separate output line with a pulse-per-second logic-level output with a rising edge aligned to within 1 microsecond of UTC time. The GPS satellite signals are based off of onboard atomic clocks which are in turn synchronized to ground based atomic clocks that are the primary references for timekeeping. They represent the passage of time at the earth's geoid.
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Overall 10
10

Great GPS Unit for a time server

Christian S., Newegg
20 April 2012
  • Pros: Pulse per second output, great sensitivity, NMEA output, makes a great receiver for a dedicated NTP/PTP time server using gpsd, ntpd, and ptpd.
  • Cons: You have to solder your own connectors (but so what, right?)
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Overall 10
10

Works well with Home Patrol-1

kr3lc, Ebay
10 January 2011
  • Summary: This thing is perfect for use with Uniden's Home Patrol-1 scanner. Use a null modem cable (also bought from Ebay) and a Uniden BCD396 or 996 X or XT programming cable and you're all set for position contriolled scanning as you drive.
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