By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
In time-related applications, it is important to determine which clock will be used as the primary time reference for all other clocks, and then to understand how to transfer the time from that reference clock to the others. 
 
The best solution is to use a special timing reference clock, or master clock. What is a master clock? What industries, applications, and common uses are there for master clocks?
By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
At Orolia, we take Resilient PNT-related cybersecurity seriously. We build layers of defense into every positioning, navigation and timing solution we develop. From physical security to RF security, network security, application security and ongoing maintenance/support, you can be confident that you’re getting continuous, state-of-the-art Resilient PNT protection throughout your product’s lifecycle.
By John Fischer, VP, Advanced R&D
 
For the last two decades, reliance upon GPS/GNSS for positioning, navigation and timing (PNT) by civilian applications has been an overwhelming success, providing increasingly accurate and reliable PNT information everywhere for free. However, in recent years, malicious threats have emerged have exposed the Achilles heel of GPS/GNSS: Its weak power and unencrypted signal format leave it vulnerable to jamming and spoofing.
By Robyn Federman, Head of Global Commercial Marketing
 

An American space company that specialized in the design, manufacture and launch of small- and medium-class space and rocket systems for military customers needed to synchronize multiple simulators at once.

By Michael Messina, Senior Manager, North America Aerospace, Defense and Government
 
Selecting the best Resilient PNT solution for military applications might seem complicated, but answering a few key questions can help define requirements. The most important objective is to ensure that trusted, accurate PNT data is available to warfighters so they can have confidence making decisions and can continue operations, even in contested or GPS denied environments.
By Robyn Kahn Federman and Sheri Ascencio, Orolia Marketing Team
 
These days, it’s easier than ever to disrupt GPS/GNSS signals and systems that rely on accurate Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) data -- and nearly every critical system around the world depends on these signals and data. When it comes to military systems, failure isn’t an option. How can you protect essential systems from interference and denial of service attacks?
By Denis Reilly, Technical Lead Engineer
 
Network experts already know that distributing the correct time is key to maintaining their critical infrastructure programs. However, keeping accurate time is also fundamental to many cybersecurity applications. Over the last few years, there has been significant research into ways that the NTP protocol can be secured from malicious attackers.
By Frederic Silva, Global Business Development Director, Intelligent Transport Systems
 
Over the last few years, jamming and spoofing have been clearly identified as a major GNSS cybersecurity risk. High-end GNSS testing technologies and risk mitigation solutions have been deployed and enhanced for a growing number of Aerospace, Defense and Government (ADG) applications ... but only recently has anyone been thinking about them specifically for commercial infrastructure.
By John Fischer, VP, Advanced R&D
 
Cybersecurity is a hot topic today. Hackers are always looking to undermine our network connections and we are always trying to protect against them. I’m no cybersecurity expert, but I am often asked, “Can Resilient PNT be used to improve cybersecurity?” Resoundingly, “yes.” Here are a few simple examples.
By John Fischer, VP, Advanced R&D
 
Whether in the air, on land, or at sea, vehicles will impart shocks and vibrations to their electronics, sometimes severely. In high vibration environments, the system designer must account for induced phase noise which can drastically affect overall performance. This white paper discusses the challenges of keeping low noise signals pure in any environment.

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