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Datasheets: EC20S Epsilon Clock Datasheet A GPS master clock for digital broadcast synchronization applications. pdf - 238 KB
Friday, February 22, 2019
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Product Manuals: User's Manual, Epsilon Clock Model EC20S User's Manual, Epsilon Clock Model EC20S, rev 7. External File
Thursday, June 11, 2015
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Software: EC20S Firmware Update Firmware update for EC20S, version 17.02. External File
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
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Software: Design Change Notification/Software Installation Guide, EPSILON Clock EC20S Design Change Notification/Software Installation Guide, EPSILON Clock EC20S, current through version 17.02. External Link
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
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Software: EC20S Firmware Patch 01.01 for Updating Versions below 14.00 This file, EC20S_patch_01.01.tgz, is the patch needed to upgrade an EC20S from a version below 14.00 and above 2.02. tgz - 461 KB
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
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Technical Notes and Briefs: Epsilon Clock Issue: 2019 GPS Rollover Event In the process of testing the 2019 rollover event, the Orolia Engineering department has determined that this year’s event will potentially affect a limited volume of equipments embedding a Trimble Lassen IQ receiver, despite a Rollover week event compliant notice from the vendor. As a result, the time code may be affected but the GPS will remain locked. The following products have been identified: EC20S, EC22S. Support Bulletin
Wednesday, March 13, 2019
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Visio: Broadcast Network Sync Visio Shapes Vizio shapes for Spectracom synchronization and test products and other network elements typically found in a synchronized digital broadcast network. vss - 182 KB
Friday, August 3, 2012
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White Papers: Cost-effective Synchronization for Digital Broadcast In Europe, Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia, broadcasters are looking to the DVB-T2 standard to upgrade from analog transmission, their current DVB-T implementation, or as a supplemental network. Similarly, in South America, ISDB-T is being implemented. These and other standards rely more and more on single frequency networks (SFN) to efficiently utilize wireless frequency spectrum. SFNs require synchronization so for each instant of time, every transmission station is broadcasting the same digital data at the same exact frequency. pdf - 739 KB
Thursday, July 26, 2012
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