NTP for ASBRs?
Eric S. Raymond
esr at thyrsus.com
Thu May 9 07:10:42 UTC 2019
Chris Adams <cma at cmadams.net>:
> Once upon a time, Royce Williams <royce at techsolvency.com> said:
> > The La Crosse 404-1235UA-SS UltrAtomic (not affiliated, just a fan) tracks
> > DST - and even leap seconds. They have much better reach than previous
> > similar clocks.
> Looks like somebody finally brought a clock to market that uses the
> new-format phase-modulated signal. Hopefully there'll be more, but with
> the WWVB funding threats, I wouldn't be surprised if companies don't
> want to invest in any new products that use it.
Interesting - first device I've heard of that uses the new-format
fine modulation, and as NTPsec's tech lead I keep as close an eye on such
developments as anybody.
Before this I had thought that a combination of clock vendors feeling burned by
the modulation change and cheap GPSes entirely killed the market for devices that
can get high-precision time from WWBV.
Anybody know of anything fitting that description that you might want
to deploy in a data center as a Stratum 1? If such a creature exists I shall
contrive to get my lunch hooks on one and write a driver for it.
<a href="http://www.catb.org/~esr/">Eric S. Raymond</a>
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