[time-nuts] June 30 2015 leap second
henry at pericynthion.org
Fri Jan 9 19:57:55 EST 2015
Such slewing solutions are OK for Google. They wouldn't work well for
one of the systems I work with, which uses system time to calculate
the position of a LEO satellite for purpose of pointing a 7.6 meter
X-band dish. Half a second of error corresponds to a pointing error
of 0.5 degrees, well outside the main lobe of the antenna beam.
On Fri, Jan 9, 2015 at 2:30 PM, Hal Murray <hmurray at megapathdsl.net> wrote:
> time at patoka.org said:
>> 1s/24h = 1/86400 which is approximately 12ppm. That means that Aging Offset
>> could slow down my clock for 1 second if I'll apply the maximum value one
>> day ahead (roughly). I need to do some experiments first. ;-) Its looks too
>> unreliable for me.
> If you do it that way, your clock will be off by a whole second just before
> midnight when the leap-second brings it back into sync. If you tweak your
> clock from noon-noon, it will only be off by 1/2 second at midnight when the
> sign-bit of the error flips.
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