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SubjectRe: gettimeofday() system call timing curiosity
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Followup to:  <025b01c1c6d4$63c05500$aab270d5@homeip.net>
By author: johan.adolfsson@axis.com
In newsgroup: linux.dev.kernel
>
> Another thought: Isn't it quite common that clock generators has a
> mode where the frequency differs around the desired frequency to
> spread the spectrum and easier pass EMC tests?
>

Indeed it is. It's usually supposed to average out relatively
quickly, however.

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