Mountain RF Sensors Offers GPS-Disciplined 10-MHz Frequency Reference

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL -- 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˚C to +60˚C.

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:
Call 954-968-6566
Visit: http://www.mountainrf.com
 

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