- Lynn KJ4ERJ wrote... ... You re right. Down the second probably isn t needed. To me, it would just be a matter of knowing the day of the week and the timeMessage 1 of 6 , Aug 3, 2010View SourceLynn KJ4ERJ wrote...
> Variability would also be an issue with an APRS-messagedYou're right. Down the second probably isn't needed. To me, it would
> "cmd SETTIME", but I don't think we're really worried about
> down-to-the-second accuracy here. With the examples I've seen
> of time-based scripts, accurate to a minute or two is probably sufficient.
just be a matter of knowing the day of the week and the time (within a few
minutes, but there's nothing wrong with down to the second if it's do-able)
so that scripts could be run weekly, or so that the weather station could
reset the rain gauge somewhere around midnight with some consistency.
> I'll throw my hat in the remote SETTIME message restricted to thoseI think that it would be a reasonable solution. The T2 series can already
> sources on AUTHLIST and the other security around remote command
> execution via APRS messages.
accept remote commands. It would just be a matter of adding a variable
to store the time and then counting ticks until the next time that the time
was set again.
73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
"I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"
- Forgive my out-of-sequence replies, I ve fallen way behind on email again. See my post about the T2 code development... I ll see what there s space for whenMessage 2 of 6 , Aug 10, 2010View SourceForgive my out-of-sequence replies, I've fallen way behind on email
again. See my post about the T2 code development... I'll see what
there's space for when the HCS08 port and testing is done.
Keith VE7GDH wrote:
> Scott - re scripting... would there be enough code space for the OT2m /
> and T2-301 to get the time from an attached GPS receiver? Also could the
> function be added to the ADS-WS1 for resetting the rain gauge at a
> certain time?
> For a "battery save" option, a script could turn the power on to the GPS
> just once a week, or however often it was needed for reasonable
> accuracy, but I
> can see that would only be useful for people that weren't using power
> for the radio.
> However, I see that James has also asked about setting the time
> remotely. If this
> was a standard feature, I could see it being better than having a GPS
> all of the time just to set the clock... SETTIME YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
> It could listen to anyone sending the message, or could only listen to
> from callsigns in the access list.
> 73 es cul - Keith VE7GDH
> "I may be lost, but I know exactly where I am!"