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/contrib/ntp/libparse/clk_wharton.c

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  1/*
  2 * /src/NTP/ntp4-dev/libparse/clk_wharton.c,v 4.2 2004/11/14 15:29:41 kardel RELEASE_20050508_A
  3 *  
  4 * clk_wharton.c,v 4.2 2004/11/14 15:29:41 kardel RELEASE_20050508_A
  5 *
  6 * From Philippe De Muyter <phdm@macqel.be>, 1999
  7 */
  8#ifdef HAVE_CONFIG_H
  9#include <config.h>
 10#endif
 11
 12#if defined(REFCLOCK) && defined(CLOCK_PARSE) && defined(CLOCK_WHARTON_400A)
 13/*
 14 * Support for WHARTON 400A Series clock + 404.2 serial interface.
 15 *
 16 * Copyright (C) 1999, 2000 by Philippe De Muyter <phdm@macqel.be>
 17 * 
 18 * This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT
 19 * ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or
 20 * FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
 21 * 
 22 */
 23
 24#include "ntp_fp.h"
 25#include "ascii.h"
 26#include "parse.h"
 27
 28#ifndef PARSESTREAM
 29#include "ntp_stdlib.h"
 30#include <stdio.h>
 31#else
 32#include "sys/parsestreams.h"
 33extern void printf P((const char *, ...));
 34#endif
 35
 36/*
 37 * In private e-mail alastair@wharton.co.uk said :
 38 * "If you are going to use the 400A and 404.2 system [for ntp] I recommend
 39 * that you set the 400A to output the message every second.  The start of
 40 * transmission of the first byte of the message is synchronised to the
 41 * second edge."
 42 * The WHARTON 400A Series is able to send date/time serial messages
 43 * in 7 output formats.  We use format 1 here because it is the shortest.
 44 * For use with this driver, the WHARTON 400A Series clock must be set-up
 45 * as follows :
 46 *					Programmable	Selected
 47 *					Option No	Option
 48 *	BST or CET display		3		9 or 11
 49 *	No external controller		7		0
 50 *	Serial Output Format 1		9		1
 51 *	Baud rate 9600 bps		10		96
 52 *	Bit length 8 bits		11		8
 53 *	Parity even			12		E
 54 *
 55 * WHARTON 400A Series output format 1 is as follows :
 56 * 
 57 * Timestamp	STXssmmhhDDMMYYSETX
 58 * Pos		0  12345678901234
 59 *		0  00000000011111
 60 *
 61 *	STX	start transmission (ASCII 0x02)
 62 *	ETX	end transmission (ASCII 0x03)
 63 *	ss	Second expressed in reversed decimal (units then tens)
 64 *	mm	Minute expressed in reversed decimal
 65 *	hh	Hour expressed in reversed decimal
 66 *	DD	Day of month expressed in reversed decimal
 67 *	MM	Month expressed in reversed decimal (January is 1)
 68 *	YY	Year (without century) expressed in reversed decimal
 69 *	S	Status byte : 0x30 +
 70 *			bit 0	0 = MSF source		1 = DCF source
 71 *			bit 1	0 = Winter time		1 = Summer time
 72 *			bit 2	0 = not synchronised	1 = synchronised
 73 *			bit 3	0 = no early warning	1 = early warning
 74 * 
 75 */
 76
 77/*
 78 * cvt_wharton_400a
 79 * 
 80 * convert simple type format
 81 */
 82static          u_long
 83cvt_wharton_400a(
 84	unsigned char *buffer,
 85	int            size,
 86	struct format *format,
 87	clocktime_t   *clock_time,
 88	void          *local
 89	)
 90{
 91	int	i;
 92
 93	/* The given `size' includes a terminating null-character. */
 94	if (size != 16 || buffer[0] != STX || buffer[14] != ETX
 95	    || buffer[13] < '0' || buffer[13] > ('0' + 0xf))
 96		return CVT_NONE;
 97	for (i = 1; i < 13; i += 1)
 98		if (buffer[i] < '0' || buffer[i] > '9')
 99			return CVT_NONE;
100	clock_time->second = (buffer[2] - '0') * 10 + buffer[1] - '0';
101	clock_time->minute = (buffer[4] - '0') * 10 + buffer[3] - '0';
102	clock_time->hour   = (buffer[6] - '0') * 10 + buffer[5] - '0';
103	clock_time->day    = (buffer[8] - '0') * 10 + buffer[7] - '0';
104	clock_time->month  = (buffer[10] - '0') * 10 + buffer[9] - '0';
105	clock_time->year   = (buffer[12] - '0') * 10 + buffer[11] - '0';
106	clock_time->usecond = 0;
107	if (buffer[13] & 0x1) /* We have CET time */
108		clock_time->utcoffset = -1*60*60;
109	else		/* We have BST time */
110		clock_time->utcoffset = 0;
111	if (buffer[13] & 0x2) {
112		clock_time->flags |= PARSEB_DST;
113		clock_time->utcoffset += -1*60*60;
114	}
115	if (!(buffer[13] & 0x4))
116		clock_time->flags |= PARSEB_NOSYNC;
117	if (buffer[13] & 0x8)
118		clock_time->flags |= PARSEB_ANNOUNCE;
119
120	return CVT_OK;
121}
122
123/*
124 * inp_wharton_400a
125 *
126 * grep data from input stream
127 */
128static u_long
129inp_wharton_400a(
130	      parse_t      *parseio,
131	      unsigned int  ch,
132	      timestamp_t  *tstamp
133	      )
134{
135	unsigned int rtc;
136	
137	parseprintf(DD_PARSE, ("inp_wharton_400a(0x%lx, 0x%x, ...)\n", (long)parseio, ch));
138	
139	switch (ch)
140	{
141	case STX:
142		parseprintf(DD_PARSE, ("inp_wharton_400a: STX seen\n"));
143		
144		parseio->parse_index = 1;
145		parseio->parse_data[0] = ch;
146		parseio->parse_dtime.parse_stime = *tstamp; /* collect timestamp */
147		return PARSE_INP_SKIP;
148	  
149	case ETX:
150		parseprintf(DD_PARSE, ("inp_wharton_400a: ETX seen\n"));
151		if ((rtc = parse_addchar(parseio, ch)) == PARSE_INP_SKIP)
152			return parse_end(parseio);
153		else
154			return rtc;
155
156	default:
157		return parse_addchar(parseio, ch);
158	}
159}
160
161clockformat_t   clock_wharton_400a =
162{
163	inp_wharton_400a,	/* input handling function */
164	cvt_wharton_400a,	/* conversion function */
165	0,			/* no PPS monitoring */
166	0,			/* conversion configuration */
167	"WHARTON 400A Series clock Output Format 1",	/* String format name */
168	15,			/* string buffer */
169	0			/* no private data (complete pakets) */
170};
171
172#else /* not (REFCLOCK && CLOCK_PARSE && CLOCK_WHARTON_400A) */
173int clk_wharton_400a_bs;
174#endif /* not (REFCLOCK && CLOCK_PARSE && CLOCK_WHARTON_400A) */
175
176/*
177 * clk_wharton.c,v
178 * Revision 4.1  1999/02/28 15:27:24  kardel
179 * wharton clock integration
180 *
181 */