Telecom Primary Reference Sources
In the operation of Carrier-Class communication networks, secure and accurate timing is absolutely vital. When something means this much to your business and meeting the needs of your customers, compromise is simply not an option.
Available Primary Reference Sources:
TimeSource™ 3000 is a standalone office Primary Reference Source (PRS) with an integrated GPS receiver that allows your network to meet GR2830 requirements.
Formerly known as the PRS 45, the TimeCesium 4500 uses Cesium III beam tube technology to enable telecom network operators to generate superior and highly reliable Stratum 1 synchronization signals.
Based on the latest Cesium III technology from Symmetricom our TimeCesium™ 4400 is an autonomous Primary Reference Source designed for telecom network operators to generate superior and highly reliable G.811 synchronization signals for advanced network services.
The DCD-LPR is a front-end primary reference source used in conjunction with the DCD bits clock platform for synchronizing digital telecommunications networks. The entire DCD timing platform is still a very widely utilized system and due to tight current-day budgets many of these clocks are expected to serve into the foreseeable future. Syncworks has the legacy clocking experience and surplus of parts needed to keep your system running as long as possible.
Originally produced by Austron, which then became Datum, the PRR-10 was and continues to be a widely deployed Primary Reference Source for digital switches. The PRR-10 is designed to provide highly reliable Stratum 1 synchronization signals. It can be used as a Stratum 1 PRS for digital switches, cross-connect systems, SONET, and SDH transmission systems. The Datum PRR-10 can be effectively used as a PRS system in small and medium-sized offices, and can successfully provide the complete timing requirements of remote sites and Controlled Enivronmental Vaults