Precision Timekeeping with Chip-Scale Atomic Clocks

March 7, 2013  - By 0 Comments

Broadcast Date: Thursday, March 7, 2013
Speaker: Steve Fossi, Director of New Business Development, Symmetricom
Panelist: Ravi Pragasam, Marketing Manager, Embedded Solutions, Symmetricom

Webinar Topic/Abstract:  Precision timekeeping with all the benefits of Size, Weight and Power (SWaP) – Quantum(tm) SA.45c Chip Scale Atomic Clock (CSAC)

Atomic clocks have enabled a world where ultra-precise timekeeping is now mandatory for communications, navigation, signal processing and many other applications critical to a modern functioning society. While smaller, lighter and more energy efficient solutions have been introduced to serve the above markets, the atomic clocks used in these systems have not kept in pace and continue to use more power and retain their large form factors. Symmetricom, the industry leader in precise time solutions, has utilized leading edge technology and multiple innovations in various disciplines such as semiconductor laser technology, silicon processing, vacuum-packaging and firmware algorithms to deliver the Quantum SA.45c CSAC (Chip Scale Atomic Clock). The CSAC is small in size, has low weight and consumes very little power. Such an atomic clock with excellent precision in time keeping is ideal for applications that have a constrained power budget and demand a very low-power clock.

Attend this webinar and learn how the CSAC can address your requirements for a precise clock without consuming excessive power or taking up too much space in your application.

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