Hmm,

Just checking the timing (again), feeding the slate with 25FPS from my atomic boat-anchor reference LTC generator.
The jammed slate was set to generate 23.976NDF and it crossed jammed fine, it wasn’t intentional, honest!
Accuracy was in the region of 2 parts in 10 million, measured over a 2 second period, with a 10MHz clock, and tweaked some “numbers” via the slate’s USB serial port in the temperature compensation routine.

20.020,020 Hz. This is the perfect frequency for DF code

and this is what the slateĀ  gives out, pretty spot on
20.020,019
20.020,020
20.020,019
20.020,019
20.020,019
20.020,019
20.020,020

Probably won’t cross jam between 24 and 30 FPS, too greater difference for the LTC pulse discriminator to handle.

I could write some code to prevent cross jamming, as it could be dangerous in the wrong hands.

Not sure whether to leave as is.

Still deperately waiting for the finished case from the metal fabricators in the UK, rent’s due again, where do the days go to?

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