From: Philippe Vaucher (philippe.vaucher_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-22 19:50:18
class but its useful to have timing that is synchronized across multiple
> systems. This is essential for doing things like latency testing as well
> as for many real-time applications. The typical approach is to use a GPS
> time signal and an interface board in each system. This results in
> system-to-system timing offsets of 10-20 uSec out-of-the-box. An a lot
> better with a bit of tuning. The interface to these timing boards is
> typically via a vendor supplied driver so it would be nice if there was
> a spot in the timing class where an adapter could be written to handle
> special cases like this.
It's interesting but shouldn't be addressed by things like boost::ipc or
boost::channel (which could use boost::timers for the implementation) ?
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