[Skimmertalk] Leo Bodnar GPS-Locked Precision Frequency Reference - back in stock @ Force 12

Bill Hein bill.aa7xt at gmail.com
Thu Jan 7 11:12:08 EST 2016

Hello Dave!

I have this active GPS  antenna installed indoors on the top of my
equipment rack and it works FB.


This comes with a 15 foot cable which I have mostly rolled up.

Bill AA7XT

Glade Park CO

On Thu, Jan 7, 2016 at 6:48 AM, David Robbins <k1ttt at verizon.net> wrote:

> a couple questions... how good of a view of the sky does the antenna
> need?  i.e. would mounting near the north side of a house be sufficient or
> does it need more open view?  how long can the gps cables be with either
> the passive or active antennas?
> Jan 7, 2016 08:11:31 AM, bill.aa7xt at gmail.com wrote:
> FYI:
> We (Force 12 in Colorado) are importing the Leo Bodnar GPS-Locked Precision
> Frequency Reference from England and have sold several to people running
> RBN nodes with QS1R rxs. This includes my own W0LFA node in DM59pa.
> We sold out at the end of November and received new stock yesterday. We are
> now also stocking the ultra-low phase noise version as well as the standard
> version (which has very low phase noise itself).
> http://www.force12inc.com/products/gps-locked-precision-frequency-reference-low-jitter-gps-clock-450-hz-to-800-mhz-output.html
> http://www.force12inc.com/products/gps-locked-precision-frequency-reference-low-jitter-gps-clock-450-hz-to-800-mhz-output-custom-low-phase-noise-xtal-version.html
> Pardon the plug but I thought this might to be interesting to the group.
> 73
> BIll AA7XT
> Glade Park CO
> DM59pa
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