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GPS clock prototyping, Part II

Posted on Monday, November 4th, 2013 in clock by DP

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Kevin Rye posted an update on his GPS clock project we covered previously:

It’s been a few months since I worked on the GPS clock. I couldn’t nail down exactly how I wanted it to work. I had a few ideas floating around, as well as a list of what features I wanted to include. However, in order to build the clock without compromises, I would have to overcome several hurdles. Considering I was already juggling a few other projects, I figured it was best to shelf it until I had a clearer vision of exactly how I wanted it to work and how I’d pull it off.

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One Response to “GPS clock prototyping, Part II”

  1. Kevin says:

    I’m still plugging away at finished up the code. I still have to do all the alarm stuff. Then it’s on to designing the PCB. This is my first project using an Atmega2560, so it’s a little more complicated than the previous things I’ve made with 328s, but it’s fun!

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