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“The central timing approach of the Rangemaster is probably the most stable way to manage the RF part of the problem.”
Problem still exists with phase delays caused by reference and audio signals traveling along a line or via RF signal, which introduces the propagation delay factors. Thus a measuring and adjustment system must be put in there at each TX point.
Perhaps much of it can be resolved using GPS reference…until the Sun outages come into play, which at that point the system would have to rely on a local reference..again taking into consideration the correcting of the correction pulse’s phase to each TX.
Starting to get as complex as phase alignment of a frigging warp core!