TAG: frequency and timing reference

EndRun Launches Two GPS-Based Timing Units

October 7, 2015By

EndRun Technologies has launched two GPS-based timing products. The Meridian II Precision TimeBase references GPS to provide ultra-accurate time (10 nanoseconds to UTC) and frequency. At the core of Meridian II is a new GPS receiver that EndRun optimized to deliver a variety of traditional- and network-based time and frequency signals. “The second-generation Meridian II continues EndRun’s heritage of pushing the envelope by delivering... read more

Jackson Labs Delivers Low Phase-Noise Frequency and Timing Reference

February 7, 2014By

Jackson Labs Technologies, Inc., a designer and manufacturer of GPS, timing and frequency equipment, is offering the DROR-II, a 10-MHz/5-MHz/1-PPS GPS-Disciplined Atomic Frequency and Timing Reference (GPSDO). The DROR-II is a ruggedized frequency and timing reference with a Cesium Vapor Atomic Oscillator followed by a precision SC-cut Crystal Double-Oven Oscillator and an actively vibration-compensated VCXO oscillator, with specific emphasis on... read more

Reminder: Leap Second This Weekend

June 29, 2012By

Likely none of us needs a reminder as the upcoming leap second has been all over the news outlets for the past few days. But just to provide the details again, read this article. Presumably, all GPS receiver manufacturers have checked to make sure their receivers will handle the leap second properly. However, at least one late-model high-end receiver from a leading manufacturer is currently reporting incorrect advance leap second information in its data files. read more

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