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Datasheets: White Rabbit LEN It is the Seven Solutions competitive WR alternative capable of supporting daisy chain configurations. It allows a cost effective solution to distribute PPS/10MHz signals or IRIG-B protocol to your equipment. pdf - 393 KB
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
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Datasheets: White Rabbit PTP License It is the package that unleashes the full potential of the WR to PTP interoperability. WR-ZEN family, WR-LEN+ and DOWR easily distributes time and frequency to other equipment by implementing standard timing protocols such as PTP, NTP, IRIG-B, etc. pdf - 313 KB
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
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Datasheets: White Rabbit WR-ZEN TP-32BNC The Seven Solutions reliable node that provides multiple legacy 10MHz/xPPS timing outputs for all equipment in your rack cabinet through White Rabbit time transfer and its redundant connections. The WR-ZEN TP-32BNC easily distributes time and frequency to other equipment by implementing standard timing protocols such as PTP, NTP, IRIG-B, 10MHz/xPPS, etc. pdf - 343 KB
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
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Datasheets: White Rabbit WR-ZEN TP-FL The Seven Solutions fundamental standalone node that provides the White Rabbit features to a wide range of applications making use of its redundant connections. The WR-ZEN TP-FL easily distributes time and frequency to other equipment by implementing widely available timing protocols: PTP, NTP, 10MHz/PPS. pdf - 309 KB
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
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Datasheets: White Rabbit Z16 It is the Seven Solutions reliable precise time fan-out for White Rabbit distribution on 1G Ethernet-based networks. The WR-Z16 is a standalone device with 16 SFP connectors which provides sub-nanosecond accuracy time over plug-and-play fiber links. pdf - 315 KB
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
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White Papers: Why Accurate Time is Essential for Video Surveillance and Security Programs With IP-based video surveillance hardware, commercial and government security professionals can now significantly improve their security system’s efficiency, performance and functionality by leveraging modern networking technologies. However, as is the case with any network, time synchronization – where all clocks in cameras, access systems, recording equipment, and computers have the same time – is essential, not only to ensure proper operation of your surveillance systems, but also to ensure the credibility of legal evidence. pdf - 2 MB
Tuesday, October 15, 2019
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White Papers: Why Time Synchronization Is Critical for Improving Public Safety Answering Points (PSAPs) When 911 dispatch and other recording systems employ synchronized time solutions, the improved data records deliver measurable life-saving differences in their communities and provide the potential for reduced insurance rates. This white paper discusses key benefits to implementing a Legally Traceable Time® architecture. pdf - 952 KB
Tuesday, May 21, 2019
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Datasheets: WM-11 Datasheet This Wandermeter is no longer available. The data is available as a convience for previous customers. pdf - 169 KB
Friday, January 1, 2010
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Presentations and Articles: Zone Based Indoor Location Using GNSS Simulators Signals from Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), such as the Global Positioning System (GPS), are very weak and usually cannot be seen indoors or underground. A common method to overcome the problem of receiving GNSS signals indoors or underground is to use a GPS/GNSS repeater with an antenna located outdoors to receive the GNSS signals and an amplifier/antenna to re-transmit the signal indoors. This paper describes the technologies and methods for creating an intelligent repeater system including time synchronization at the nanosecond, microsecond, and millisecond levels, how each synchronization level affects the overall system and methods for achieving each, power level considerations including power level requirements between zones and how they affect transitions from one zone to another, data transfer and example system configurations. While GPS is primarily demonstrated and tested, the possibility for adding other GNSS constellations such as QZSS, BeiDou, Galileo, and GLONASS are also presented. pdf - 270 KB
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
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