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06/25/2014 | 1899FSMLabs and Spectracom announces a new partnership to address the most complex synchronization challenges for time-sensitive network operations. As the first step, Spectracom has announced a 10 gigabit-per-second high-accuracy network clock that integrates FSMLabs software with its GPS timing technology and high speed network interfaces. This combination sets a new standard for network performance and dependability in critical enterprise network applications.
12/09/2013 | 2368Spectracom’s GSG-L1 GPS Simulator is nearing end-of-life and has been replaced by GSG-51 and the GSG-5 Series GNSS Simulators. Last-time buy orders for the model GSG-L1 will be accepted until January 31st 2014, for delivery on or before June 30th, 2014.
10/22/2012 | 3833Spectracom released version 1.9 of the product's firmware. This update package is available through the public web site. It is recommended to update all fielded units with this upgrade.
10/10/2012 | 2318The GSG-62 L1+L2 Dual Frequency 32-channel Multi-GNSS Simulator is shipping! In August Spectracom released an update to GSG StudioView scenario builder software to correspond to all the new capabilities in the GSG-62 including multi-frequency simulation.
10/01/2012 | 2288SecureSync platform to support the integration of multiple devices and systems using precise time and frequency signals.
06/04/2012 | 2243Spectracom’s 32-channel GSG-62 provides expandability to simulate current and future satellite navigation signals and frequencies.
03/05/2012 | 2622GPS simulators offer fast and easy testing of the upcoming leap second event on June 30 to validate performance of GPS devices and systems.
02/27/2012 | 2973Spectracom’s GSG-52 broadens the range GPS RF signal generators. Spectracom, a company of the Orolia Group and the leading provider of practical test solutions for GPS and GNSS devices and systems, has announced a new offering in its line of GPS constellation simulators.
12/26/2011 | 2936These product lines are the basis for the continued growth and ensuring 2012 is equally successful as 2011.
03/22/2011 | 2612New 16-channel GPS simulator supports advanced GPS receiver testing dna makes it possible to simulate Satellite-Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS).
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