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RE: Interesting stratum 1 NTP clock
- From: David Newman
- Date: Thu Jun 25 12:26:02 1998
Netcom Systems has a similar product for its Smartbits analyzers.
These are special-purpose tools: They're meant for syncing up two analyzers
for precise measurement. I don't think either analyzer vendors' clock
functions as an general-purpose NTP server.
"Eric M. Carroll" <firstname.lastname@example.org> on 06/25/98 01:04:42 AM
cc: (bcc: David Newman/NYC/CMPNotes)
Subject: RE: Interesting stratum 1 NTP clock
W&G also used to make or resell a stratum 1 NTP speaking GPS clock with
oven-based thermally stabilized oscillator. I loved it. But I cannot find
it on their web page, so perhaps they do not sell it anymore. It was a
little pricy, and Tony's suggestion looks much cheaper.
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
Sent: Tuesday, June 23, 1998 1:44 AM
Subject: Interesting stratum 1 NTP clock
Folks who run NTP in their nets might wanna check out:
This is a reasonably affordable, NTP-ready, GPS based stratum 1 chimer,
complete with 10BaseT interface. It's also getting close to being
I've been beta testing one for a couple of weeks and it seems to chime
p.s. I have no finanical interest in this product or this company
whatsoever. I'm just a time geek...