Re: questions Digest, Vol 37, Issue 2 - NTP

This is a discussion on Re: questions Digest, Vol 37, Issue 2 - NTP ; Hi all, The GPS receiver is from an Indian Company ACCORD. It has a custom NMEA data with GPS time and is validity. It also sends standard NMEA data including GPGGA, GPGLL with UTC time at 9600 baudrate. It also ...

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  1. Re: questions Digest, Vol 37, Issue 2

    Hi all,
    The GPS receiver is from an Indian Company ACCORD. It has a custom
    NMEA data with GPS time and is validity. It also sends standard NMEA
    data including GPGGA, GPGLL with UTC time at 9600 baudrate. It also
    generates 1 PPS pulse.

    For more information visit http://www.accord-products.com/gpsclock.htm

    Since I wanted to sync system to GPS time, I modified NMEA driver to
    work with this custom format (for testing). Instead of modifying the
    NMEA clock driver, I wanted to write a new one.

    FYI,
    Venu

  2. New NMEA driver for Indian "ACCORD" clock (was: questions Digest, Vol 37, Issue 2)

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    neo.venu@gmail.com (venu gopal) wrote:
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    > Hi all,


    Which thread were you responding to? Please do not reply to list
    digests as it makes a complete mess of the threading on the newsgroup which
    the list fronts. (Also never use Reply when starting a new thread.)

    > work with this custom format (for testing). Instead of modifying the
    > NMEA clock driver, I wanted to write a new one.


    [Reading "wanted" as "want".] I believe that the generation of new,
    variant drivers is strongly discouraged because they end up not being
    maintained. Please enhance the closest existing driver instead.

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