[time-nuts] Can (will) a M12+T generate a negative sawtooth message ?

Chris Albertson albertson.chris at gmail.com
Sun May 18 18:14:47 EDT 2014


from page 167 of user 09feb05 version of user manual:  It is an 8-bit
value "n" where n = negative sawtooth time error of next pulse  The
value of N ranges from -128 to +127.

I think(?) it is really a value from 0 to 255 and you must apply a
bias to get the -128 to +127 range.  And again this is a prediction
for the next pulse.

:
> If the M12+T can/will output negative sawtooth delays , can i just write
> the byte into the DS1023 , and the sign of the byte will automaticly
> adjust for positive/negative delay ?

It looks like you may have to do some data conversion on the byte.

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Chris Albertson
Redondo Beach, California



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