[time-nuts] z3801a, z3805a, z3815a, z3816a, thunderbolt and thunderbolt
hmurray at megapathdsl.net
Wed Nov 30 17:32:53 EST 2011
[Context is TBolt using Palisade driver with NTP.]
> On the other hand, I suspect using a FatPPS and the ATOM driver would be
> even less jittery than polling (if it worked), so maybe it's a moot point.
Works fine for me.
I have one box that doesn't need the FatPPS. It might be interesting to
track down which chips work with narrow pulses and/or how wide it has to be
for a given chip.
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