[ntp:questions] Tighter regulation?
Mischanko, Edward T
Edward.Mischanko at arcelormittal.com
Sun May 26 20:21:02 UTC 2013
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> Mischanko, Edward T wrote:
> > I tried reducing the Allan Intercept to 7 and the result was wild swings
> > frequency ppm. I don't know why? Is the FLL broken? Has anyone else
> > observed this behavior?
[Mischanko, Edward T]
To be more specific, I get wild adjustments in frequency when polling at or
above the allan intercept setting with current FLL gain settings. Again,
I don't know why? I don't understand how the frequency locked loop works
verses the phase locked loop -- the differences?
> If you are not suffering from wild swings in frequency, you should not
> be trying to reduce the measured offsets. There are basically two
> causes of high offsets, errors in you own frequency and errors in
> measurement of the time. The latter you should be trying to get ntpd to
> ignore, and only take the long term average of the time measurement.
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