[ntp:questions] Re: Windows Refclock Driver

Danny Mayer mayer at gis.net
Wed Oct 29 23:00:04 UTC 2003

kplus13 at yahoo.com (David Kuechenmeister) wrote in message news:<95565f3a.0310291143.5e53cd96 at posting.google.com>...
> I'm writing a driver to access a ISA bus clock card. The card accepts
> various inputs and the time & date are then available as four BCD
> words on the ISA bus. I don't have an interrupt to drive the The
> driver reads the bus memory when polled by the  transmit function.
> Currently, I just use the system defaults.
> After I read the memory, I put the binary time values into the
> peer->procptr structure. Then I call the refclock_process and
> refclock_receive functions. What I get back is an enormous amount of
> drift and jitter. I'd appreciate some pointers to get back on track.
> Following are excerpts from the driver code.
> Thanks,
> David Kuechenmeister
Why not post the results you are seeing?


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