SecureSync SAASM GPS Clock

SecureSync SAASM GPS Clock

Combines precision time and frequency technology with secure Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM) based GPS receiver Get a Quote

SecureSync SAASM GPS Clock Overview

SecureSync® SAASM combines Orolia’s precision time and frequency technology with secure Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM) based GPS receiver.

This system was conceived specifically to satisfy the Joint Chiefs of Staff mandate that all newly-fielded Department of Defense GPS systems be SAASM-compliant (CJCSI 6130.01C: Enclosure E). SecureSync SAASM offers a choice between two SAASM receiver options: a 24-channel Miniature Ruggedized Unit (MRU) and a 12-channel Ground-Based GPS Receiver Application Module (GB-GRAM).

Key Features:
  • SAASM available in GB-GRAM and MRU receivers
  • Synchronizes to military signal P(Y) code SAASM GPS receiver and civil signal C/A-Code
  • Hot start capable via DAGR/PLGR connectors
  • A wide variety of input/output signals supported
  • IRIG timecode generation
  • Precision, low-phase, frequency
  • Timecode generation: IRIG, STANAG, HaveQuick
  • STL Option - add alternative signals to GPS or GNSS input references to improve resilience, or use STL alone for indoor applications.
  • Network-centric design
  • Secure system with the latest network management tools
  • Robust web-based user interface
  • High-performance NTP server; PTP grandmaster option
  • Modular (configure-to-order) ruggedized shock and vibration tested chassis
  • Exceptional operating temperature range of -20°C to +65°C

Support and Documentation

SecureSync SAASM Datasheet
pdf (613KB)

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