Date of publication: 2017-08-29 18:38
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GPSD also supports precision timekeeping it can act as a time source for ntpd (the Network Time Protocol Daemon) if any of its attached sensors have PPS (pulse-per-second) capability. The GPSD developers cooperate closely with the ntpd project in improving the network time service.
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On one occasion some years ago, we had a request to support a GPS with the odd property that the checksums in its NMEA packets may be invalid when the device doesn't have a location fix. To support this device, we would have had to either (a) give up on validating the checksum on any incoming data that looked like an NMEA packet, risking that the packet-sniffer would hand garbage to the NMEA driver, or (b) add a command-line option to force the sensor type.
Vacated during this process flow to the n-type through this hole and electron flow, the two semiconductors act as a cell, creating an electric field at the surface where they meet (known as p-n junction). It is this field that causes the electrons to jump from the semiconductor out toward the surface and make them available for the electrical circuit
One of the most important duties of a project's lead architect is to defend the architecture against expedient "fixes" that would break it and cause functional problems or severe maintenance headaches down the road. Arguments over this can get quite heated, especially when defending architecture conflicts against something that a developer or user considers a must-have feature. But these arguments are necessary, because the easiest choice is often the wrong one for the longer term.
If applications had to handle all this complexity themselves the result would be huge amounts of brittle and duplicative code, leading to high rates of user-visible defects and constant problems as hardware gradually mutated out from under the applications.