kb...@n1k.org said: > Yes, but looping back to the start of this thread, the intent is to actually > measure the jitter directly. Thatâs where the whole need for a stamped > pulse comes from. To paraphrase the earlier comments, the intent is to get > away from a âself reportedâ result and actually do a direct measurement.
I think that should be a reasonable project. 1) Write some code to grab the time, send a pulse, grab the time. Log that. 2) Use a time-stamp counter to log the time of the pulse. 3) Write the software to merge the two log files. -- These are my opinions. I hate spam.
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