[ntp:questions] Re: NTP server with Rubidium PPS
David L. Mills
mills at udel.edu
Tue Oct 11 20:25:39 UTC 2005
The PPS driver (refclock_atom.c) does indeed support fudge. I have tried
to convince the various GPS driver authors to abandon per-driver PPS
code in favor of using the atom driver, so all PPS stuff would be in one
place, but I have not been successful. Therefore, each driver is on its own.
John Pettitt wrote:
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> Mauro Fiacco wrote:
>>I was expecting to be able to use a fudge factor (time1) in order tell
>>ntpd the offset of my pps source... but without much success.
> There is your problem - the pps drivers don't correctly support fudge
> factors - if you search through the bug database @ ntp.org you'll fidn
> a patch I did for the NMEA driver PPS code to correctly support fidge
> factors - you could, I suspect, very easily apply the same code to the
> PPS driver and get the rtesult you are looking for.
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