Network Time Servers, Frequency Standards and More

By: Endrun Technologies  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Gps

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A Stratum 1 Network Time Server is a device that uses radio frequency signals such as GPS or CDMA to calculate the correct time.  It then uses a standard network protocol such as NTP (Network Time Protocol) to keep all workstations on your network synchronized to within 1/2 millisecond of each other.  When you own a Network Time Server you can put it inside your firewall to avoid the many problems associated with wandering computer clocks AND to avoid the security problems associated with using an Internet Time Server.
Our Frequency Standards are devices that calculate the correct time by using radio frequency signals such as GPS.  By staying "locked" to the GPS signal the frequency standard can generate very precise timing or sinewave outputs that are used in a variety of applications.  Our time and frequency standards are the most precise, stable, and reliable GPS-derived frequency standards in the world.
Frequency Standards often go into very large systems that require many timing or frequency outputs.  To create multiple isolated copies of sinewave or pulse rate outputs use our state-of-the-art distribution amplifiers.  These distribution chassis take an input and multiply it into 10 outputs to be distributed throughout your system.
Preamplifiers, fiber optic link, time displays, GPS antenna options, OEM receiver board, and small CDMA-synchronized products.

Keywords: Gps