Third place!

A project log for Raspberry Pi GPS Stratum 1 NTP server

The cheapest and simplest way to make a highly accurate time server for your network or the global NTP pool

Nick SayerNick Sayer 11/18/2016 at 05:230 Comments

Thank you so much to the judges of the Enlightened Raspberry Pi contest! This project was awarded 3rd place! I am humbled to be even mentioned alongside the other entrants.

This isn't the end of the story for this project by any means. Once upon a time I had designed a "Pi GPS cap" that added GPS to the correct GPIO pins.

I wonder if there's room in the world for a Pi Zero NTP GPS server adapter board. Such a board would combine a GPS receiver, a Pi Power buck converter and an SPI Ethernet adapter. Connect it onto a Pi Zero and simply add power, Ethernet and a GPS antenna for a tiny, two-board GPS NTP server.

What do you all think?