[time-nuts] Wireless Mesh Network Time Server

Joseph Gray jgray at zianet.com
Mon Aug 27 17:48:53 UTC 2012

If the article is accurate, then it's not a real time server, pushing
out the time at regular intervals.

I started on a similar project, using GPSD and NTPD on a WRT54G. I had
problems getting all the various modules to cooperate on OpenWRT. I'll
revisit the project when I have time and see if I can't make it all
play nice.

Joe Gray

On Mon, Aug 27, 2012 at 10:01 AM, Bill Hawkins <bill at iaxs.net> wrote:
> Apparently the synchronization requirements are within a few seconds.
> Wireless mesh process value transmitters have taken over the process
> control industry. Some users require millisecond accuracy for the time
> stamp on any alarm of event messages the device may send. Seems like
> that would be a challenge for a reconfigurable network.
> Bill Hawkins
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