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    CNT-91 Frequency Timer/Counter/Analyzer/Calibrator Details

    The CNT-90 Frequency Timer/Counter/Analyzer is excellent for measurement, analysis and calibration of frequency, time, or phase. In production test systems, R&D, the calibration lab, or in the field; the CNT-90 timer/counter/analyzer outperforms many existing counters on the market.

    Fast Speed and High Resolution

    The CNT-90 is a high-performance frequency counter with a fast measurement speed to 250,000 measurements/sec, with a memory depth of 750k to internal memory; high resolution of 100 ps single shot (time); and 12 digits/sec resolution (frequency). The CNT-90 offers ease-of-use, a multi-mode graphic/numeric display, and improved control over measurements, at a very competitive price.

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    VersaSync Rugged GPS Time & Frequency Reference

    Backed by more than four decades of Spectracom’s timing solutions expertise, VersaSync includes all the timing functionality required in modern, network-centric applications:

    • NTP/PTP precise time transfer over Ethernet, including security protocols    that prevent network vulnerabilities
    • Low phase noise 10 MHz frequency distribution
    • Configurable pulse signals, including IRIG or HaveQuick timecodes
    • Serial link Time Of Day (ToD) messages

    A Perfect Fit for GPS-Denied Environments

    VersaSync accommodates an OCXO or a CSAC oscillator, allowing the unit to maintain frequency and time accuracy for long periods of GPS/GNSS outage. In addition, it can be re-synchronized by an external reference.

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    SecureSync PTP Grandmaster

    Equipped with the latest and most innovative 10/100/1000 Base-T Gigabit PTP Option Card on the market, the SecureSync High-Speed PTP Grandmaster Clock boasts industry-leading packet throughput and data processing power. The installment of an optional slave-ready 10/100 Mb PTP Option Card creates a powerful master-slave combination to satisfy even the most rigorous timing requirements.

    Standard RF and fiber optic interfaces via SFP modules provide the ability to select between either of the two media relative to your specific needs, greatly reducing the effects of distance limitations within your system architecture.