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Re: [questions] Re: GPS+PPS vs NTP server, why a huge offset ?
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- Subject: Re: [questions] Re: GPS+PPS vs NTP server, why a huge offset ?
- From: Ralph Blach <chip.from.nc@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2022 13:47:55 -0600
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I like the adafruit gps hat
David Woolley wrote:
> On 17/06/2022 16:34, chris wrote:
>> As for compatibility, while a mismatched connection may work, it's bad
>> practice to do that, where you are dealing with microsecond timing
>> and want to avoid jitter. Use the correct interfaces and do the job
>> right, then you can fit and forget:-)...
> RS232 isn't optimal for PPS as it is slew rate limited to 30V/µs, which
> means it will take at least 0.5µs from a resting level until it has
> fully cleared the transition region, if implemented to standard.
> TTL is the more natural logic family for high accuracy PPS.
> GPS should be able of achieving time transfer accuracies of better than
GPS, even at the $80 Shure evaluation board level, have been directly
measured at the ~25 ns level, which is pretty much what you claim here. :-)
The key idea is of course that in order to know where a GPS is located
with better than 3 m precision, the unit by implication also knows what
time it is, to within 10 ns of UTC(USNO). The only problem is to be able
to convey that info to a connected NTP server.
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