[time-nuts] RaspberryPi and RADclock

paul swed paulswedb at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 02:06:19 UTC 2012

Matt you have my attention.
I am curious if the RADclock could act as a time server. Already you can
tell I don't know alot. But did skim through some of the RADcloc docs. But
the fact that it could live on a Rasberry Pi makes it really interesting. A
timesource on the wall give it power and forget it....
My kind of project.

On Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 6:01 PM, Magnus Danielson <
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org> wrote:

> Matt,
> On 12/12/2012 10:23 PM, Matt Davis wrote:
>> Hey time-legumes, I figured a few of you all might be interested in some
>> of the
>> work that the team and I have been doing.  We recently acquired a couple
>> of
>> RaspberryPis, and out of curiosity, we wanted to see how well our RADclock
>> software performs on this small platform.  Anyways, our dive into the
>> micro-platform world is on our blog:
>> http://synclab.org/?post=blog/**2012/11/radclock-raspberry-**
>> stability-nic-noise.html<http://synclab.org/?post=blog/2012/11/radclock-raspberry-stability-nic-noise.html>
> Interesting.
> What is mus in those graphs? Microseconds? I would expect us in that case,
> milimicroseconds looks wrong.
> Cheers,
> Magnus
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