Re: [LEAPSECS] Problems with GLONASS Raw Receiver Data at Start of New Year

From: Steve Allen <sla_at_UCOLICK.ORG>
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 2006 09:58:01 -0800

On Tue 2006-01-17T18:26:49 +0100, Poul-Henning Kamp hath writ:
> As far as I recall GLONASS was messed up for hours on the previous
> leapsecond, so there is a good chance it is because of the leap
> seconds that it fell out this time.

Not according to the Russians:

There was a NAGU at the time of the mid 1997 leap second

but the text clearly indicates it was not because of the leap second.

Of course the Russian GLONASS operators could be in denial about leap
second issues. They wouldn't be the only ones with that condition.

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