Please can someone estimate:
Yes, little hard to get 100nS resolution with 65nS clock cycles. Need something much faster.
My god people are self righteous
I don't think my professor even knows anything about embedded systems.
GPS is apparently deliberately skewed by 340ns
As a student, aren't those questions your responsibility? Are you essentially asking us to help you cheat?
Quote from: CrossRoads on Apr 25, 2012, 09:10 pmYes, little hard to get 100nS resolution with 65nS clock cycles. Need something much faster.Actually, with a 65ns clock cycle, timing resolution IS 65ns, provided one sample can be taken every clock cycle.
The detector must log the time at which cosmic ray collisions occur, with a very high accuracy.He mentioned that there would be many detectors placed apart, and this leads me to believe that the timing needs to be precise in relation to the other devices as well.
provided one sample can be taken every clock cycle.
Well, of course, there's the problem - most instructions take at least one cycle.