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Posted on 04/08/2016

We have recently added our Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) chipset to both the NTS 02-E and NTS 03-E multiport network time servers for enhanced performance of its existing high precision Grand Master or Boundary clock timing references. The introduction of the updated GNSS receiver will allow the NTS series to reference both GPS and GLONASS constellations. Hence, offering crucial benefits like higher reliability, improved accuracy, and faster time to first fix (TTFF).

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Posted on 11/07/2016

July 12 2016: Tekron International Limited, leading provider of high precision GPS and atomic clock solutions, today announced the next phase of its growth in Europe with the opening of its UK office.

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Meet Tekron Regional Manager Carlo Jaminola at the upcoming 7th GAE Xpert Forum 2016 on “Aligning Today’s Technology with Future Challenges” in Jakarta, Indonesia on 10th-12th of October 2016. 

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Posted on 16/06/2016

By default, Tekron GNSS Clocks are optimized for static timing applications. After completing a site survey, the Clock will enter the ‘position hold’ state, which enables it to maintain accurate timing from few satellites. However, this assumes that the position of the antenna will not change.

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Tekron was approached by a key US customer who required a GPS signal to be transmitted from the top of a mountain over 1.5 km’s of fiber to a GPS Clock located in a Control Room within the mountain. Tekron proposed a Fiber Master/Slave solution with the TTM 01-G to be installed on the mountain top to receive the GPS signal (Master unit) and then transmit an IRIG-B Time code over the fiber cable to the TCG 02-G GPS Clock in the Control Room which has a Fiber input in lieu of a GPS Antenna input (Slave unit). This simple cost effective model provided the customer with an ideal time synchronization solution.

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