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Posted on 27/02/2017 by Alex Lippitt

With growing realization of the effects of climate change, interest in renewable energy sources is skyrocketing. That comes with challenges. One of those is storage -  you need to be able to supply power when needed, not just when it’s sunny or windy. Lately there's been a big push towards solar panels (photovoltaic cells) and battery development but recently I found several generation plants which harness the suns power in a unique way.

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Posted on 10/01/2017 by Mike Smellie

Wondering how PRP might be used in your networks or substations? Here Tekron software engineer Mike Smellie takes us through the basics.

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Posted on 28/11/2016

Tekron has taken out the Wellington Region Business Excellence awards, winning both the Technology and Innovation category and the coveted Supreme Award. We're incredibly proud of this achievement and must thank so many people - especially our friends at NZTE and Callaghan Innovation.

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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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Posted on 12/04/2016

The synchronization of networks, machines, and financial applications is becoming an ever important factor in the day-to-day operation of many companies. With this ever growing need for synchronization, comes a search for knowledge of a lesser known product called GPS clock, Atomic Clock, GNSS Clock, Time Code Generator, Network Time Server or known by a range of other names. In this article, we will refer to these devices as a GPS Clock.

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