[e2e] Clock Synchronization Protocols/Algorithms
helbakou at nortelnetworks.com
Wed Oct 31 12:38:52 PST 2001
I know about NTP. I am looking for other protocols that can provide more
accurate clock synchronization.
From: Bob Braden [mailto:braden at ISI.EDU]
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Subject: Re: [e2e] Clock Synchronization Protocols/Algorithms
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*> I am interested to find out what are the protocols (e.g. NTP) that
*> developed for clock synchronization and their methods
*> to reduce/eliminate the effect of jitter in the distribution of
*> clock/timestamp informations. This jitter is due to queuing delays and
*> S/W packet processing overhead.
Go to the RFC Editor Web page www.rfc-editor.org and search for "NTP".
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