[time-nuts] looking for low-power system for gps ntp timekeeping
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Mon Jul 1 13:30:20 EDT 2013
On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 1:31 AM, <David J Taylor> wrote:
> There is one write-up here:
> for using the BeagleBone Black as an NTP server, but he seems to have an
> offset of -0.281 ms from his PPS source, which is rather high.
It happens. Particularly if the discipline is botched for some
reason. The jitter is low so that's a good sign. However I think
he's using a BeagleBoard not a BeagleBone of either flavor, certainly
not a Black since the ntpq output is reported as a year ago -- not
that that should really matter for a simple PPS clock.
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