Installation of GPSDO

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When in Austin recently I purchased the GPSDO Unit for my 6500. The installation of this device is a no brainer! After removing the bottom cover and the covers for the cables on the rear apron I was finished with the install in 10 minutes. I did not even have to remove an end plate. It installed fine and has retained its lock on 10 sattilites all afternoon.

Marv W0ZK
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Marv

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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Thanks for feedback Marv!
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George Molnar, KF2T, Elmer

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Marv,
I'm curious - what benefits did you gain from adding the GPSDO? Did you notice any changes in performance? Is there a particular application you have that requires that level of precision/stability?
Thanks & 73,

George/KF2T
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I'm interested in the possibility to synchronize data from multiple Flex 6500/6700 radios using the GPS time + location + I/Q streams for diversity reception experiments - is this even possible?  Worth the effort? Fun?  I invesion this as a Flex Radio community effort with hams having some software development desire.  Anyone else have similar ideas?
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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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This post was not specific to the parent topic's praise. Please reference the new topic here: Synchronizing multiple GPSDO equipped 6000s
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