A new home timeserver: first parts, a Raspberry Pi / 2020-06-20

2020-06-20 A new home timeserver: first parts, a Raspberry Pi 9 months ago
And yet another Raspberry Pi is showing up for my home network. This will become the GPS-based timeserver. I may add it to the NTP Pool when I'm satisfied enough with it.

It will probably also replace the 'shed' weather station computer in the long run, to save on power use.

I added an extra USB-based wifi adapter to the Pi. The shed has no wired network and my experience with the other computer there is that dual-band (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) wifi support is the best way to have a chance to get working network.

I also ordered the Raspberry Pi GPS/RTC Expansion Board directly from uputronics.

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