The information in this section was originally hosted on the University of Delaware homepage for Professor David L. Mills, PhD. While much of it can be considered historical, it provides an overview of the design principles for NTP and related time synchronization technology.
|Interplanetary Internet (IPN)||June 4, 2001||TXT|
|Public-Key Cryptography for the Network Time Protocol Version 1 (Internet Draft)||April, 2001||TXT|
|PPS Signal Transfer via Broadcast Television Stations||January 1, 2001||TXT|
|A Brief History of NTP Time: Confessions of an Internet Timekeeper||August 1, 2000||TXT|
|Public-Key Cryptography for the Network Time Protocol Version 1 (Internet Draft)||June, 2000||TXT|
|Pulse-Per-Second API for UNIX-like Operating Systems, Version 1.0 (Internet Draft)||August 17, 1999||TXT|
|Authentication Scheme Extensions to NTP (Internet Draft)||September 1, 1998||TXT|
|A Kernel Model for Precision Timekeeping||January 31, 1996|
|A Kernel Programming Interface for Precision Time Signals||January 31, 1996|
|Time and Time Interval Measurement with Application to Computer and Network Performance Evaluation||January 31, 1996|
|A Comparison of Certain Timekeeping Systems and the Network Time Protocol||May 19, 1991|
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