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SubjectRe: [RFC+PATCH] RTC calibration
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Mark Gross <mgross@linux.intel.com> writes:
> Why not use NTP?

Because NTP is a completely different beast. NTP is used to keep a
software clock synchronized with a remote source. This software clock
is usually implemented as a software PLL on top of a high-resolution
hardware clock, with the remote clock serving as frequency reference.

What I need to do, however, is calibrate a low-resolution hardware
clock using a trusted reference (which could very well be a software
clock maintained by NTP).

DES
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Dag-Erling Smørgrav
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Linpro AS - www.linpro.no
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