[time-nuts] What's the best Windows 10 ntp client?

Mark Sims holrum at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 2 13:04:32 EDT 2016

You never said what accuracy you need for your time.   Lady Heather's time set function should get you down to the 40 msec area.  You can configure it to set the time once,  periodically, or whenever receiver time and system time diverge by "x" milliseconds.    The time set is a "jam sync" of the system clock, so no fancy pants long term smoothing or guarantees of a monotonically increasing system clock.

The next release of Lady Heather has improved the time functions and uses default values of the measured offset from when the GPS receiver time message arrives and the time in the message for many different types of receivers.   Or you can set the offset value to your own.  It also has the ability to measure the receiver message offset (best done on a Linux box with a good NTP implementation but you could use Lady Heather to sync the Windows time and then have it measure the receiver message offset)

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