Bliley Launches New GPS Frequency and Timing Modules
June 9, 2011
Bliley Technologies, Inc., has unveiled two GPS frequency and timing modules at the 2011 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium taking place this week (June 5–10, 2011) in Baltimore, Maryland.
The company’s GMX1001 and GMM1002 modules launch a new product line for the company — introducing the first in a series of next-generation technologies for the Erie, Pennsylvania–based company.
According to Bliley, the GMX1001 is customizable for high-performance systems, allowing design engineers to specify "frequency versus temperature stability" and "holdover stability with time" to optimize cost and design benefits for such applications as satellite, test & measurement equipment, frequency distribution systems, and wireless base stations. It measures 4.5x2.36x1.06 inches (114x60x27 millimeters).
The low-cost, compact (1.9x1.4x0.87 inches) GMM1002 GPS module incorporates holdover features to accommodate WiMAX and LTE wireless systems.
Both modules offer 10 megahertz and 1 pps (pulse per second) outputs synchronized to GPS and a UART port with NMEA protocol for monitoring. The GMX1002 has 5 and 12VDC power supply options; the GMM1002, 3.3 and 5VDC options.
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