Jitter

Jitter is the deviation from true periodicity of a presumably periodic signal, often in relation to a reference clock signal. In clock recovery applications it is called timing jitter.

INtime Jitter Test

We recommend no more than a 40uS offset/deviation from the "Average Tick" value. Having a deviation greater than 40uS might cause our controller to miss a cycle and behave unexpectedly.

Steps

  1. Navigate to: C:\Program Files (x86)\INtime\bin

  2. Open the application: jitter.exe

jitter.exe

3. Select NodeA and click Start.

4. Click on the "+10" button.

5. Observe the offset/deviation from the "Average Tick" value and compare with recommended offset/deviation.

This is bad jitter.

INtime Jitter Deviation Fix

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RSI (Robotic Systems Integration, Inc.) cannot be held responsible for any damage to your PC by attempting to follow the PC operating recommendations detailed on this page. If you have purchased a PC from us and you run into these types of errors detailed in this article, please feel free to contact us at [email protected].

Visit tenasys' page to see what features to disable in the BIOS: https://www.tenasys.com/resources/knowledge-base/knowledge-base-page/?pageNum=72

Accessing the BIOS

  1. Press and hold the Power Button for 5 seconds to turn your computer completely off.

  2. Power on the system. As soon as the first logo screen appears, immediately press the F2 key, or the DEL key (manufacturer specific), to enter the BIOS.