PTP Precission Time Protocol (III)

PTP Precission Time Protocol (III)

This is a flash style post…

I was searching for some info on this topic and I found yet another not my mistake instance in one of this series posts…

The thing is I didn’t have in mind writing from my mobile phone but, I found a sentence saying in Japan there are two electrical grid frequencies, which is true.

The yet another not my mistake instance is the frequencies are 50 Hz and 60 Hz, and not 40 as some hacker put after I finished.

Besides big servers and data hubs facilities work at 400 Hz.

If you had read something about sound engineering you would know mains buzz is a have-to to get good quality.

In Europe we have 50, in USA they have 60, in Japan they enfatically have both.

And there are 400 for everyone.

Acerca de María Cristina Alonso Cuervo

I am a teacher of English who started to write this blog in May 2014. I recommend you to access my blog from a landline telephony connection, this way you will see the column on the right where I included some useful links and widgets (besides not helping mobile and telephony industries to make loads of money by overloading the Earth's magnetic field [see NOTE below], thus, according to my calculi, increasing magnetic pull and adding this in the same direction as gravity) . Italian is another section of my blog which I called 'Cornice Italiana'. There are various tags and categories you can pick from. I also paint, compose, and play music, I always liked science, nature, arts, language... and other subjects which you can come across while reading my posts. [NOTE: I included mobile theme in order to make my blog easier to access for people with mobility handicaps, which is a situation they cannot avoid or control] Best regards.
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