IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol
Synchronized networked measurement and execution across target computers with PTP
The Precision Time Protocol (IEEE® 1588-2008) synchronizes clocks throughout a computer
network. For more information about the standard, see
To interface to a PTP network, run the RTOS PTP daemon on the
target computer. For more information, see Precision Time Protocol and the methods for the
|Target Computer PTP Daemon|
|Start the PTP daemon on the target computer|
|Stop the PTP daemon on the target computer|
|View the PTP daemon status on the target computer|
|IEEE 1588 Read Parameter||Output Precision Time Protocol status parameter values such as target computer system time, calendar time, and delays|
- Precision Time Protocol
Distribute measurement and control tasks over interconnected computing devices.
- PTP Prerequisites
Comply with the prerequisites of running PTP within a real-time application.
- Synchronize PTP Clocks on Two Target Computers
Synchronize PTP clocks on two target computers to eliminate clock offset.