query on correction method for UWB using carrier integrator value

hi all,
i came across a paper in which they are using the carrier integrator value in (ppm) to compensate the error introduced by the increase of the delays in TWR. their proposed correction method was based on measurement of the clocks’ relative drifts.

they claim that the carrier integrator value measurement allows the mitigation of both drift and temperature related errors.

so in an experimental setup of one transmitter and receive,r where we can get the received time stamp as well as the corresponding carrier integrator value .
can carrier integrator be used to compensate for the drift .

has anyone tested this setup ?

please reply!