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04/02/2015 at 14:55 #2470
The timestamp is in microseconds relative to an arbritary point in time.
You could use the timestamp of the most recent data point that you used to calculate the new data point, or do some sort of averaging over the timestamps of several points used to calculate the new point. What is reasonable depends on how your filter algorithm works.