GPS Pulse Per Second
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I am wondering if it is possible to access the Pulse per second (PPS) from the GPS device on an IO pin? n This is needed for some critical RT tasks where I need phase stability for many many hours.
Is it possible to use the GPS with the RTC? Whats the accuracy/stability of the RTC? Is it temperature compensated?
NTP time is not accurate enough for my application.
Checking out the CXD5602GG_technical_manual shows that there are a few options for SPR_GNSS_1PPS_OUT signal.
Looking at the schematic of the main board you can track the GNSS_1PPS_OUT signal from the CXD5602 chip on the main board out via the B2B connector to the extension board where it then ends up on something that looks like a test point called CL1. The CXD5602PWBEXT1_part_layout of the extension board will help you locating this point.
Looking into CXD5247GF_technical_manual_02.pdf page 6 will give you and overview of the oscillator/xtal used as RTC source.
CXD5602GG_technical_manual.pdf page 20 shows a table of Frequency tolerance for RTC clock in.
The CXD5602_user_manual page 170 explains abit on the clock sources used for RTC.
Hope these pointers will help you on your way. If not please let me know.