Microsemi recently announced the availability of the SyncServer S650 SAASM time and frequency standard incorporating a selective availability anti-spoofing module (SAASM) to provide… a highly secure, accurate, and flexible time and frequency platform for synchronizing mission-critical electronics systems and instrumentation applications in the defense market, such as satellite communications and defense operational infrastructure.
The new SyncServer S650 SAASM is designed for use by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and other government agencies, as well as their approved suppliers, and received the GPS Directorate Security Approval to incorporate a military-grade GPS SAASM receiver module. This enables U.S. armed forces to confidently deploy features of Microsemi’s popular commercial SyncServer S650 in a military-grade configuration. In addition, the integrated SAASM module adheres to industry standards allowing for a migration path to GPS military code (M-Code) support.
The SyncServer S650 SAASM is designed to generate precise time and frequency signals to synchronize high-bandwidth mission-critical communications systems and critical infrastructure requiring the highest levels of security support. In addition to offering superior low phase noise performance, the device is compliant with the Joint Chiefs of Staff SAASM GPS mandate and developed for authorized military users only.
The SyncServer S650 SAASM is a highly versatile time and frequency system with the company’s FlexPort™ technology for multiport, user-definable output signal configurations for time codes, pulses, and a variety of signal types essential for system synchronization. This makes the SyncServer S650 SAASM ideal for DoD electronics system engineers synchronizing mission-critical, system-level instruments. This is coupled with Microsemi’s NTP Reflector™ technology for robust security, accuracy, and reliability of network-based time services such as Network Time Protocol (NTP) and Precision Time Protocol (PTP).
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