troubleshooting Question

SQL syntax for recordset of 10 second time intervals

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Microsoft SQL ServerASP.NETMicrosoft SQL Server 2008
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Hi

I've got a SQL Server 2008 table that records an amount (int) and a timestamp for each record.  For reporting purposes I want a query that will return a recordset of the total amount at specified time intervals.

For example, starting at 2011-8-9 16:00:00 return the total amount at intervals of 10 seconds through til the current time.  Which would produce a recordset like:
48
54
71
90
85 etc etc.

Or in pseudo-SQL, I want something like:
SELECT SUM(amount) FROM mytable WHERE timestamp >= '2011-8-9 9:00:00' AND timestamp <= GETDATE() ... AT INTERVALS OF 10 SECONDS

Can someone tell me what the correct SQL would be for that?

Thanks in advance!
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