[ntp:questions] Re: an example of a negative RootDelay, please...
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Mon Aug 18 13:20:57 UTC 2003
> Fixed-point arithmetic in twos-complement is just like integer. The only
> difference is in the scaling.
ohh, great!! so i can consider it a 32bit integer number and then "shifting"
it (ie, divide it by 2^16) to obtain the integer and fractional part...
> I don't know how to help you.
You've done, indeed!
> As for understanding how
> the delay can be negative, I repeat; slog through the error anlysis and
> note that negative delays can happen with large frequency skews and
> small propagation times.
i've only needed to "see" how would be in bit format...
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