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VCL-2156 GPS NTP Time Server

VCL-2156 GPS NTP Time Server

The VCL-2156 NTP Time Server is designed to provide NTP output and ITU-T G.811 Primary Reference Clock that is locked to a GPS / GNSS reference to provide time synchronization to private networks such as Railways and Metro (ticketing and platform) networks, Airports and Air-Traffic Control facilities, Electric Sub-Stations, Power Distribution and Transmission companies, Oil and Gas Utilities, ISPs and Cable TV networks as well as to Campus networks that are required to maintain a complete isolation from public networks for security reasons. It may be also used by 2G, 3G and LTE service providers which provide a time of day reference to their customers over their wireless networks.

VCL-3048 NTP Time Server

VCL-3048 NTP Time Server

The VCL-3048 NTP Time Server is designed to provide NTP clock that is locked to a GPS / GNSS reference to provide time synchronization to private networks such as Railways and Metro (ticketing and platform) networks, Airports and Air-Traffic Control facilities, Electric Sub-Stations, Power Distribution and Transmission companies, Oil and Gas Utilities, ISPs and Cable TV networks as well as to Campus networks that are required to maintain a complete isolation from public networks for security reasons. It may be also used by 2G, 3G and LTE service providers which provide a time of day reference to their customers over their wireless networks.

VCL-2103 - NTP Sub-Master Clock, Time Distribution solution

VCL-2103 - NTP Sub-Master Clock, Time Distribution solution

Valiant’s VCL-2103, Sub-Master Clock is a high-performance intermediate time synchronization source which may be directly synchronized to a Primary GPS Reference (Master) Clock or any other NTP time source to provide Time-of-Day synchronization to secondary NTP / SNTP Slave devices in the network. The VCL-2103 Sub-Master Clock mediates between the Primary GPS Reference (Master) Clock or any other time source and the Slave NTP / SNTP devices, such as Time-Of-Day Display Clocks in a LAN, to effectively isolate the GPS Primary Reference Clock Source from the NTP / SNTP Slave devices and provide NTP / SNTP time-of-day synchronization with millisecond accuracy.