By Emmanuel Sicsik-Paré, Strategic Product Manager
 
We discuss the latest Timing and Synchronization industry updates as well as updates to our flagship product, SecureSync.
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 Michael Messina, Senior Manager, North America Aerospace, Defense and Government
 

Timing data and mission synchronization are critical for most military applications such as navigation, weapon systems, radio communications, remote networks, surveillance and electronic warfare. So how are military forces using resilient timing in their critical missions? 

By Robyn Federman, Head of Global Commercial Marketing
 

It’s no secret that GPS/GNSS jamming and spoofing are on the rise. The federal government’s PNT Executive Order specifically aims to protect critical infrastructure from these threats and other disruptions to critical PNT services. That’s why it’s important to protect your critical systems with GPS jamming and spoofing detection technology like BroadShield.

By Tony DiFlorio, Senior Sales Manager
 
The US military needed a time synchronization solution for critical reconnaissance data as part of an aircraft modernization program. To accurately receive sensor data, receivers on surveillance aircraft must stay on frequency and the recorded data must be time stamped for data center synchronization across the military communications network.
By Sadie Nedo, Global Account Manager
 
A large U.S. power authority contacted Orolia wanted to replace twenty time servers and potentially serve as their new vendor. They needed precision time stamps with command line functionality to interface with their Tripwire change/ control monitoring platform so that they could maintain NERC CIP compliance.
By Tony DiFlorio, Senior Sales Manager
 
Military test ranges have complex requirements for PNT data. In this new case study, a defense customer needs a time synchronization solution for test range data to replace a legacy radio frequency distribution system. See how Orolia’s solution provides the accuracy to collect and synch the data along with flexible fixed or mobile form factors and configurable output signals.
By Trevor Dougherty, Sales Manager
 
A naval customer needed to ensure resilience against threats to critical oceanic data for safe navigation and situational
awareness in the naval battlespace. Military operations at sea pose extreme challenges as environmental factors impact
Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) reliant systems
By Jean-Arnold Chenilleau, Program Manager
 
Orolia was contacted by a global defense infrastructure client to evaluate the obsolescence of its fixed site timing infrastructure, and the impact on overall system performance. This legacy defense network was a large installation specifically designed to synchronize multiple clocks in shelters separated over a long distance of several kilometers. These private point-to-point links were at least thirty years old. A private phone network is an example of this type of infrastructure.
By John Fischer, VP, Advanced R&D
 
Cybersecurity is the watchword of the day, but what does it mean for Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT)? For many, the ability to hack or spoof a GPS/GNSS signal is a cybersecurity issue. At Orolia, we agree, which is why we have a wide array of products to augment, toughen and protect against GNSS vulnerabilities.

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