[time-nuts] 1PPS for the beginner

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Wed Aug 15 08:46:20 EDT 2018


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In message <CAJqU6XP6ZOygUD0xyCZaVk90Hss=H9sMqHn+ZYFgLwtXPMkGcg at mail.gmail.com>, Peter Vince writes:

>I was astonished to see the pulse-width in the document defined from the
>base of the (sharp-cornered!) edges, and not the mid-point - totally
>impractical!

Given that the output is not specified into a defined impedance,
termination or even cable-length, I don't think specifying the
mid-point would be any more practical.

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