GPS clock for military, SATCOM, and wireless RF and microwave uses introduced by TRAK

TAMPA, Fla. -- TRAK Microwave in Tampa, Fla., is introducing the 8835 GPS clock for military, satellite communications (SATCOM), and wireless RF and microwave applications. TRAK Microwave is a brand of Smiths Interconnect.

Jan 18th, 2017
By Mil & Aero staff
By Mil & Aero staff

TAMPA, Fla. -- TRAK Microwave in Tampa, Fla., is introducing the 8835 GPS clock for military, satellite communications (SATCOM), and wireless RF and microwave applications. TRAK Microwave is a brand of Smiths Interconnect.

The 8835 GPS Clock offers power and interoperability options while maintaining GPS accuracy and reliability. While tracking GPS, this click exhibits a frequency accuracy of less than 1x10-12 and a 1 PPS accuracy with less than 50 nanoseconds, RMS.

The proprietary oscillator steering discipline algorithm can enhance the RMS accuracy of either the double oven crystal oscillator, or optional enhanced rubidium oscillator for greater depths of accuracy.

To increase interoperability, the 8835’s 10/100 base-T Ethernet interface can leverage a range of network protocols including NTP, SNMP, Telnet, SSH, and FTP for status and control. The unit also can accept a variety of power sources including 24 , 48 , or 100-240 volts AC with an external AC/DC converter.

This compact and configurable device operates from -30 to 60 degrees Celsius with a TNC GPS receiver port. For more information contact TRAK Microwave online at www.trak.com.

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