One Shot Receive Synchronisation (OSRS) Mode

Hi! I [color=#222222][font=arial, sans-serif]wanted to ask what the [/font][/color][color=#222222][font=arial, sans-serif]One Shot Receive Synchronization[/font][/color][color=#222222][font=arial, sans-serif] (OSRS) mode is for? In which application/configuration are two time bases needed? Perhaps you can give me some examples.[/font][/color]

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One Shot Receive Synchronisation (OSRS) mode provides a second timebase in DW1000 that can be
synchronised to an external timebase and used to timestamp receive events. This allows a user to have a
timebase outside the DW1000, and to receive timing information about the receive events in this timebase.

In the DW1000 User manual (latest is version 2.13) See section 6.1.3 One Shot Receive Synchronisation (OSRS) Mode.

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