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High Precision Event Timer

Known as: HPET 
The High Precision Event Timer (HPET) is a hardware timer used in personal computers. It was developed jointly by AMD and Microsoft and has been… 
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2018
2018
This letter reports the first implementation of a hydrogen-plasma-based edge termination technique (HPET) in vertical GaN p-n… 
2013
2013
An appropriate assessment of end-to-end network performance presumes highly efficient time tracking and measurement with precise… 
2012
2012
Variable latencies due to communication delays or system noise is the central challenge faced by time-keeping algorithms when… 
2011
2011
Currently the high-precision event timers represent powerful tools for tim e measurement in various applications, including… 
2011
2011
In this work, we demonstrate continuous size-based sorting and separation of cells in a simple passive microfluidic device. Our… 
2010
2010
We propose a new timekeeping architecture for virtualized systems, in the context of Xen. Built upon a feedforward based RADclock… 
2009
2009
This paper presents the design and implementation of RELTEQ, a timed event management algorithm based on relative event times… 
2008
2008
Keeping slave clocks with sub-microsecond accuracy is believed to require hardware-assistance at physical layer and network. This… 
2005
2005
This article defines a real-time timer, and shows that a Win32 PC operating system does not provide a timer that fits this… 
2004
2004
  • K. Hall
  • International Symposium on Electromagnetic…
  • 2004
  • Corpus ID: 28823197
In the process of evaluating replacement equipment that meets the requirements of IEC 61000-3-2:2000/IEC61000-4-7:2002 and IEC…