Design win; u-blox’ modules provide GNSS data for timing sync system

October 10, 2017 // By Graham Prophet
Swiss module maker u-blox’ LEA-M8T concurrent GNSS timing module is now being used by V3Novus, a provider of a components and embedded system designs based in India, in its latest Precision Synchronization System with built-in NTP Server.

Aimed at the Telecom, Railway and Military application space to provide traceable time stamps for data transported over packet networks, the Time Synchronization System also features a precision Rubidium oscillator to supplement the signal received by the u-blox LEA-M8T module. This gives operators greater confidence in the NTP (Network Time Protocol) server’s output under all conditions.

 

The telecommunications infrastructure relies on accurate time stamping for many applications, including VoIP switches/gateways, media servers, SNMP, SS7 and IP traffic monitoring systems, as well as IPTV STBs and gateways. The LEA-M8T concurrent GNSS module provides market leading acquisition and tracking sensitivity by supporting the GPS/QZSS, BeiDou, GLONASS and Galileo satellite systems. It integrates the same timing integrity measures found in all u-blox timing products, which includes Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) and continuous phase uncertainty estimation.

 

u-blox; www.u-blox.com/en/product/neolea-m8t-series

 

V3Novus; www.v3novus.com