Timing

PCTEL Launches Antennas for GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo Apps

September 18, 2013By

PCTEL, Inc. announced the launch of its next generation multi-band GNSS antennas for global timing and precision tracking applications at the ION GNSS Conference being held this week in Nashville, Tennessee. The new antennas, which are designed for use with GPS, GLONASS, BeiDou, and Galileo systems, are being showcased along with other PCTEL antennas at the PCTEL booth in the... read more

Symmetricom to Participate in New Products Panel Session at ION GNSS+

September 13, 2013By

Symmetricom will be participating in a new products panel at ION GNSS+, which will be held September 16-20 in Nashville, Tennessee. Phil Bourekas, Symmetricom executive vice president of marketing, will take part in “New Products Panel: Legacy and Expertise in GNSS Timing” on Thursday, September 19, 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. in Grand Ballroom East of the Nashville Convention Center,... read more

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Registration Opens for ION PTTI 2013 Conference

September 3, 2013By

Registration is now open for the Institute of Navigation’s (ION) Precise Time and Time Interval Meeting (PTTI) to be held December 2-5, 2013 (Tutorials will be held December 2) at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Bellevue, Washington. Registration and program information will be available online only. PTTI is an annual conference sponsored by ION with a technical program designed to disseminate... read more

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Bliley Offers Oven-Controlled Crystal Oscillators

August 13, 2013By
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The rugged Poseidon Series of OCXOs by Bliley features unparalleled phase noise performance in a modular type sealed package. It is a customizable frequency range product specifically designed for vibration-prone environments where dynamic phase noise performance is paramount. Applications include ground mobile, airborne, and shipboard environments. Features include typical acceleration sensitivity of <2e-11/g, excellent FvT performance, frequency range of 5... read more

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Tallysman Introduces Dual-Frequency Antenna Series

July 19, 2013By
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Tallysman Wireless Inc. has added the dual-frequency TW3800 series to its high-quality precision line of antenna products. The TW3800 series antennas feature a circular stacked patch antenna for improved axial ratio, yet are small and light, and have the extended bandwidth required for L1/L2 GPS & G1/G2 GLONASS, the company said. The operating voltage range is from +2.5 to 16... read more

Two Products Added to NovAtel’s OEM6 Receiver Line

July 16, 2013By
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NovAtel has announced two new GNSS receivers: The OEM638 high precision receiver card and the ProPak6 enclosed receiver. The two products incorporate NovAtel’s most advanced GNSS technology, the company said. The most advanced card within NovAtel’s OEM6 GNSS receiver family, the OEM638 tracks all existing and planned constellations including GPS, BeiDou, GLONASS, Galileo and QZSS. By providing flexible positioning options,... read more

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ION PTTI Seeks Abstracts for December Meeting

May 9, 2013By

Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the Institute of Navigation’s (ION) Precise Time and Time Interval Meeting (PTTI). The conference will take place December 2-5 (Tutorials December 2) at the Hyatt Regency Bellevue, Bellevue, Washington. The deadline for submitting abstracts is August 2. Instructions on submitting your abstract can be found at www.ion.org/ptti PTTI is an annual conference sponsored... read more

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NIST Demos Transfer of Time Signals over Wireless Optical Channel

May 6, 2013By
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By bouncing eye-safe laser pulses off a mirror on a hillside, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have transferred ultraprecise time signals through open air with unprecedented precision equivalent to the “ticking” of the world’s best next-generation atomic clocks. Described in the April 28 issue of Nature Photonics, the demonstration shows how next-generation atomic clocks at... read more

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