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Richard N Williams
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Premium Author Richard N Williams

Birmingham, UK

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'Timing is Everything'

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Richard N Williams is a highly experienced technical author who specialises in time server and atomic clock time synchronisation systems to ensure accurate network time.


ARTICLES BY RICHARD N WILLIAMS


Atomic clocks use an atomic resonance frequency standard as their timekeeping element and are by far the most accurate chronometers possible with the latest Strontium based atomic clocks boasting a pr...
NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) has established a range of standards for electrical equipment enclosures.  NEMA codes tend to be used by countries outside of Europe, including the...
Atomic clocks use an atomic resonance frequency standard as their timekeeping element and are by far the most accurate chronometers possible with the latest Strontium based atomic clocks boasting a pr...
All PC’s and networking devices use clocks to maintain an internal system time. These clocks, called Real Time Clock chips (RTC) provide time and date information. The chips are battery backed so that...
What is a time server?A time server is a device that utilises a single time source and distributes it amongst a network. This enables all machines on a LAN (or WAN) to be synchronised together.What is...
What is a network time server?A network time server is a hardware device that utilises a single time source and distributes it amongst a network to ensure all computers and devices are telling the sam...
Q. What is NTP?A. NTP – Network Time Protocol is an Internet protocol for time synchronisation, whilst other time synchronisation protocols are available NTP is by far the most widely used having been...
There are hundreds of internet based timing sources that allow computers running NTP to synchronise to a UTC time - however, there are several drawbacks in relying on the Internet for a timing refer...
This article explores the best methods of receiving UTC time.
The way a computer deals with time is totally different to the ways humans perceive it. We arrange time into seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months and years, while computers on the other hand a...
This article explains basic time synchronization principles and explains basic NTP configuration for Windows systems.
This article explores Atomic Clock Technology in computer time synchronization
This article explains the benefits of a dedicated NTP server
Even when the Internet when was its infancy, with no more than a few computers connected together it became apparent that there was a need for time synchronisation. Computers are easily confused parti...
The touch screen monitor has been around almost as long as computers themselves. Invented in 1971 by Dr Samuel Hurst they have found a use in a wide variety of applications.The main advantage of a tou...








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