Press Release Summary:
WithÂ 8 outputs,Â MtRF-5610 GPS eliminatesÂ requirements for separate frequency source and RF distribution unit (or multi-coupler). In addition toÂ 10 MHz outputs, with -155 dBc noise floor, time information is available viaÂ serial output that supportsÂ 1 PPS mode and NMEA-0183. If GPS signal is lost, unit continues to operate asÂ OCXO until signal is restored; 1 PPS signal is accurate to Â±35 ns to UTC RMS, and holdover stability is <Â± 10 Âµsec over 24 hr. Operating range is -20 to +60Â°C.
Original Press Release:
Mountain RF Sensors, Inc., Announces the Enhanced MtRF-5610 GPS Disciplined 10 MHz Frequency Reference
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- As the latest addition to a growing product line, Mountain RF Sensors (MtRF) is announcing the MtRF-5610 GPS Disciplined 10 MHz Frequency Reference.
With eight outputs, the MtRF-5610 eliminates the need for a separate frequency source and RF distribution unit (or multi-coupler). Along with the 10 MHz outputs, time information is also available via a serial output. The serial output support a 1 PPS mode and NMEA-0183. In the event of loss of GPS signal, the unit will continue to operate as a high-accuracy OCXO until the GPS signal is restored.
The 1 PPS signal is accurate to ±35 ns to UTC RMS. The 10 MHz output has a noise floor of
-155 dBc. Holdover stability is < ±10us over 24 hours. The MtRF-5610 is designed for an operational temperature range of -20¢ªC to +60¢ªC.
The MtRF-5610 is available in a 8.66" x 6.50" x 2.03" module or a 1U, 19 inch rackmount enclosure and operates from 90–250 VAC line power.
For additional information or to answer any questions you may have, please call 954-968-6566 or visit our website at: www.MountainRF.com
Mountain RF Sensors, Inc. designs and manufactures radio frequency products for government, military, communications, signals intelligence, search and rescue, vessel traffic systems, air traffic control, spectrum management and UAV applications. Products include radio direction finders, receivers, transceivers, antennas, amplified splitters, SIGINT systems, and classification and decoding products by COMINT Consulting.
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