A lot depends on how much “less than a microsecond” the chip sets really
deliver in the real world. If they get down into
the sub 100 ns range (which they might), it’s a very useful thing for relaying
GPS data from a roof antenna down to an
NTP server in the basement. 1588 is a “less than a microsecond” sort of
approach that does indeed get down to nanosecond
sort of levels. This could be similar.
> On Jan 13, 2017, at 11:30 AM, walter shawlee 2 <walt...@sphere.bc.ca> wrote:
> While probably not tight enough for time nuts use, there is a new WiFi
> technology shown at CES that provides time sync between nodes to allow audio
> to be simulcast over many locations. the info (in short form) is here for
> those interested:
> there might be some way it can be used for more precision purposes down the
> road. I just thought it might be of interest to the group.
> all the best,
> Walter Shawlee 2, President
> Sphere Research Corporation
> 3394 Sunnyside Rd., West Kelowna, BC
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