[time-nuts] Arduino GPSDO with 1ns res TIC
lars.walenius at hotmail.com
Sat Mar 1 17:09:42 EST 2014
You are correct in a way. The code is more complicated than it should have been.
The first row with comment “corr for time” is the I-term.
The second row that integrates the frequency offset is the P-term and could have been just proportional to the time offset I understand now (I have thought of it before but totally forgot it).
As I choosed to work with integers I have to scale the values to avoid truncation errors (that I still get with large time constants ☹. Probably it would be better to use floating point calculations.
>Från: Magnus Danielson
>Impressive build in all it's simplicity.
>Your filtering equations look strange.
Rather than having a PI loop it looks like both the P and I branch
integrates. I'm also unclear about the loop gain changes by the
>Will have to look more at your code.
>>On 12/02/14 23:10, Lars Walenius wrote:
>> I have just changed all my Swedish comments in my source code and attached it. I also copied the text to a Word-file so everybody can see it without the Arduino Environment.
> The Control loop (“PI-loop”) is more or less just two lines that you find approximately in the middle of the file (page 13 in Word-file). Check the two lines with comment: Corr for time respectively Corr for frequency.
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