High-Capacity 1588 PTP Module

Compatible with OSA 5548C and OSA 5335 Description: Synchronization Supply Units (SSU) are widely deployed for SONET/SDH legacy network synchronization in carrier and enterprise network infrastructure. With the migration to packet-switched network technology and SONET/SDH continuing to be used in

NTP Server Solutions

NTP server and NTP solutions for timing NTP servers are designed to provide all of the device clocks a precise timing through NTP (Network Time Protocol).   OSA 5420 Series Our OSA 5420 series is a family of cost-effective, mid-scale

PTP Grandmaster

IEEE1588v2 Grandmaster The PTP Grandmaster is designed to operate with PTP Slaves from Oscilloquartz or from other vendors. The PTP Grandmaster consists of a GNSS-receiver and PTP engine delivering PTP service over Ethernet ports. OSA 5401 Syncplug Our OSA 5401

PTP / IEEE 1588 Grandmaster/Slave

PTP Grandmaster and PTP Slave Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is a solution for the distribution of synchronization over IP-based packet networks such as IP, IP/MPLS, Ethernet, IP/xPON and IP/xDSL networks.   OSA 5401 Syncplug Our OSA 5401 Syncplug™ is a

2G / GSM

Synchronization clocks for GSM mobile networks In 2G/GSM networks, just as in most other network types, interconnected network elements interwork correctly only if the signals they exchange comply with given synchronization quality requirements. The synchronization quality of the signals is

3G / UMTS

Synchronization clocks for 3G mobile networks In 3G/UMTS networks, just as in most other network types, interconnected network elements interwork correctly only if the signals they exchange comply with given synchronization quality requirements. The synchronization quality of the signals is

4G / LTE

Synchronization clocks for 4G (LTE) mobile networks In 4G/LTE networks, just as in most other network types, interconnected network elements interwork correctly only if the signals they exchange comply with given synchronization quality requirements. The synchronization quality of the signals