[time-nuts] RaspberryPi and RADclock
julien at synclab.org
Sun Dec 16 03:52:45 UTC 2012
Thanks for pointing this out, I have fixed the plots and the units now read "us" for micro-second.
The original intention was to use Latex to generate a beautiful $\mu$ greek letter, but urgent work got the best of me. I did apply a quick fix and will improve things with our next series of measurements on the raspberry pi.
On 13/12/2012, at 10:55 PM, Bob Camp <lists at rtty.us> wrote:
> Shouldn't mus be mili-micro seconds? :)
> If you go back far enough you will indeed find gear calibrated in mu (mili micro) and uu (micro micro) seconds. I've been doing this for "quite a while" and that was well before my time….
> On Dec 12, 2012, at 11:33 PM, Matt Davis <mattdavis9 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Magnus,
>>> From: Magnus Danielson <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org>
>>> 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:
>>> What is mus in those graphs? Microseconds? I would expect us in that
>>> case, milimicroseconds looks wrong.
>> You are correct, the 'mus' refers to microseconds.
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