|Author:||Pete Rittwage (registered user: 558 posts )|
|Date:||Fri, Oct 30th, 2009 @ 14:50 ( . )|
It doesn't lock onto sync from another track as you mentioned- Vorpal doesn't need or care about sync. Sync is more of a hardware thing to assure framing, the bytes collected from the shift registers don't care about framing. :)
You are correct about the special headers. Vorpal has it's own and looks for that to provide it's own framing on those tracks. Since there is no hardware framing, it "floats" when we try to read it with our routines, so we have to reframe it after the imaging process. You'll find it floats out of framing 2-4 times per revolution on average when attempted to be read as a complete stream per rotation.
--* Legend OF blacksilver
10/30/2009 @ 17:21--SaxxonPike
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