Key Features

• Ruggedized & Modular System
• MIL-STD-810F
• Secure GPS SAASM Capability
• Supports All Timing Signals
• High Speed PTP Grand Master
• High Performance NTP Server

Quick Overview

SecureSync combines Spectracom’s precision master clock technology and secure network-centric approach with a compact modular hardware design to bring you a powerful time & frequency reference system at the lowest cost of ownership.


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• Advanced multi-frequency GNSS RF signal generator
• Supports all signals in the L1 band: GPS, GLONASS, Galileo E1, BeiDou B1, QZSS
• Supports testing dual frequency (L1/L2) receivers and SAASM with pseudo P(Y)
• Also supports new GPS signals L2C, L5; GLONASS L2; Galileo E5; BeiDou B2; IRNSS L5
• Pre-configured, or user-edited or easily built test scenarios
• Test the dynamic capability of a receiver through powerful trajectory capabilities
• Standalone operation with front panel controls, or full remote control via various interfaces
• Compact and lightweight
• Test virtually any impairment to GNSS signal acquisition: multi-path, interference, jamming, atmospheric effects
• Modular hardware and software design allows full upgradeability to accommodate new requirements

SecureSync Enterprise Configuration: SecureSync combines Spectracom’s precision master clock technology and secure network-centric approach with a compact modular hardware design in a 1RU chassis to bring you a powerful, scalable and flexible time server. It supports a wide variety of network synchronization and management protocols. The base model comes with a built-in 10/100 base-T Ethernet port for network management and high-performance NTP which can serve more than 9,000 NTP requests per second. It includes all the latest functions of NTPv4. It can be deployed in combination of other stratum-1 NTP server(s) and can be expanded through option modules.

Options Modules Extend Synchronization Capability: A unique capability of SecureSync is to add hardware options at initial deployment or later as your network grows. An option adds three (3) 10/100/1000 interfaces to deliver NTP to multiple isolated LAN segments at 1 GigE. Two other options add PTPv2 functionality to the unit. One option is for a confi gurable master/slave PTP operation over a 10/100 network interface. The other is for PTP grandmaster functionality at 1 GigE. Up to six (6) of either types of ports can be added. Each PTP port is confi gured and operates independently to improve PTP performance since its processor is independent of all others in the system.

Along with precision 10 MHz and 1PPS outputs, all other physical synchronization signals can be generated as options so you can leverage your networking timing deployment to specifi c devices. Many of these signals can be used as references for redundancy or for other applications such as syncing across security boundaries via optical fiber.

Reliability and Scalability Supports All Timing Network Architectures: Several features support reliability and redundancy. Multi-GNSS operation is available as an option to add GLONASS signals to the GPS reference to improve signal availability. SecureSync can also be deployed without the expense of a GPS receiver to operate as a stratum-2 server. Units among the same stratum can be set as NTP peers. Any other timing source can also be a reference such as T1/E1, time code, 1PPS, etc. You set the priority from all the available references. An internal oscillator maintains timing accuracy if all references are lost. Choose from TCXO, 2 types of OCXO and Rubidium.

A Network-centric Approach: SecureSync is a security-hardened network appliance designed to meet rigorous network security standards and best practices. It ensures tamper-proof management and extensive logging. Robust network protocols are used to allow for easy but secure configuration. Features can be enabled or disabled based on your network policies. Installation is aided by DHCP (IPv4), AUTOCONF (IPv6) or SLAAC, and a front-panel keypad and display, and a command-line interface. A modern web browser user interface supports confi guration unit and an optional monitor of synchronization quality throughout the network.