bruns at 2mbit.com
Wed May 1 21:11:08 UTC 2019
Kinda sucks all the good 'backup' methods of time keeping are dwindling.
I've got a WWVB clock as well that I'd love to get hooked into my main
NTP server, but I worry they're going to finally kill that off in the
next year or so.
LORAN C clocks still have potential to work well too...
High accuracy time keeping is a fun hobby. :)
On 5/1/2019 3:05 PM, Mike Hammett wrote:
> I looked before at who had spectrum allocations in the frequencies my
> boxes supported. I then used Cell Mapper to figure out what technology
> was deployed on that frequency. IIRC, both US Cellular and Verizon had
> basic CDMA running in my area on those channels. Sprint was running LTE
> and 1x Advanced (or something like that), so probably wouldn't have
> worked out. If Verizon is dropping theirs, then depending on only one
> company seems a bit unwise.... which means I gotta find some kind of
> solution by then. *sigh*
> Mike Hammett
> Intelligent Computing Solutions
> *From: *"Brielle Bruns" <bruns at 2mbit.com>
> *To: *nanog at nanog.org
> *Sent: *Wednesday, May 1, 2019 3:58:57 PM
> *Subject: *Re: NTP question
> On 5/1/2019 2:50 PM, Andreas Ott wrote:
> >> If you can't get a good spot for an antenna, you could be on the lookout
> >> for a CDMA NTP clock.
> > CDMA service is about to be retired in several places, please check
> > in your area before you install a "new" CDMA based time server.
> > C.f.https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/knowledge-base-218813/
> > I looked into the same thing and decided not to go with CDMA.
> There's actually a few other CDMA networks in our area (Boise) besides
> Verizon, so it wouldn't hurt to look. I seem to remember Sprint is
> planning to go to 2021? There also appears to be a few smaller
> independent CDMA networks around as well.
> Brielle Bruns
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