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The investigations found a software anomaly that affects the coding and counting of the ET (Figure 1) and CHR (Figure 2) data only during the month of February for the specific years: from 2016 to 2019, from 2032 to 2035, from 2048 to 2055 and from 2064 to 2071.
Prof Curry said telecoms companies relied on the accuracy of time measurements to control the flow of data through their networks.
This mode is active when the GPS data is not valid/available or the digital clock selector is on the “INT” position.
Several companies were hit by hours of system warnings after 15 GPS satellites broadcast the wrong time, according to time-monitoring company Chronos.
Recently, around 3 february 2016, many digital clocks in a particular aircraft, in this case Embraer E190’s, experienced lots of digital clock errors showing weird characters, fast running time (double the speed) and various other errors.
The strange thing is that all these clocks were showing the problems at or around the same date, .
The company observed problems last week, after noticing some GPS time signals were 13 microseconds out.