[time-nuts] GPSDO simulation tool
magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org
Sat Mar 22 17:33:24 EDT 2014
On 22/03/14 22:13, Magnus Danielson wrote:
> Hi Tom,
> On 22/03/14 21:00, Tom Van Baak wrote:
>> Hi Chris,
>> I'm pretty sure John distributes complete source code to TimeLab as
>> part of the installation.
>> My source code is at www.leapsecond.com/tools
>> There are also many open source plotting tools available.
>> Not sure what you're complaining about, really.
> Agree. Download and see what you get. I have not been upset so far, and
> I sing the praise of open software on a regular basis. So just look.
>> Please try using the GPSDO simulator and let's talk time & frequency
>> instead of open & closed operating systems.
> On that note.
> Had to this code after the includes to compile in a Debian box, and yes,
> I needed -lm flag naturally since pow needs it.
> double min(double a, double b)
> if (a > b)
> return b;
> return a;
> That's as far as I get:
> ./gpsim1 gps.dat osc.dat > gpsdo.dat
> ** GPS 400000 samples in file gps.dat
> ./gpsim1: open failed: osc.dat
First thing you go blind on is the eyes. Spelling the file-name
correctly does it.
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