[time-nuts] sync computer clock ticks

Rex Moncur rmoncur at bigpond.net.au
Sat Jan 5 04:59:45 EST 2008


Hi Said

I am not sure if I am answering your question about the SNTP serverin
GPSCon, but GPSCon has a facility to set the system time on computers.  I
have set this to up-date every 300 seconds. When I compare two computers
both of which are set with GPSCon from separate GPSDO Units I get an average
error of 1.4 seconds with a standard deviation of 0.18 seconds. 

One of the computers is a desktop and the other a LAPtop and both running


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In a message dated 1/4/2008 12:07:29 Pacific Standard Time, imp at bsdimp.com  

>Right, and the performance here is not much better than ntp, at  least
>in the tests that I've done.  The jitter is slightly  better.

Hi Warner, et. al.,
has anyone done any testing/evaluation of the typical performance the SNTP  
server built into GPSCon can achieve?

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