UTC Sync

Steering an external quantum clock such as cesium reference to either GNSS or eLoran.

Cesium Frequency Standard

Accuracy, stability, and reliability of cesium time keeping standards meet the needs metrology labs, mobile satellite communications, and national timekeeping standards laboratories.

Rubidium Oscillators

Delivering highly precise atomic clock performance using the inherent stability of the rubidium atom.

Rubidium Frequency References

Delivering stable and accurate frequency reference signals for precision test and measurement applications, telecommunications, tactical, shipboard and airborne environments where advanced communications, navigation and targeting systems requiring a stable reference that can function in demanding conditions.

Chip Scale Atomic Clock (CSAC)

The world’s first chip scale atomic clock, the SA.45s CSAC from Microsemi measures less than 16cm3 cc in volume, is only 0.45 inches high, weighs just 35 grams and consumes a mere 125mW of power. Such breakthrough performance opens up an entirely new classes of portable applications such as marine geophysical sensors, backpack IED jammers, backpack military radios, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and military GPS receivers.

Active Hydrogen Maser

The only Active Hydrogen Maser commercially available in the US delivers exceptional long-term stability and is currently used as an atomic frequency standard to set the international time scale

Space and Military Oscillators

Ruggedized cesium frequency and time standards are designed for extreme, stand-alone dependability and reliability in adverse operating conditions in telecommunications timing, calibration and metrology laboratories, satellite tracking stations and spaced based master time standards.

GPS Disciplined Oscillators

Proven board-level GPSDOs reduce design cycle time and risk compared to developing custom solutions. GPSDOs provide time and frequency reference signals that have the same long-term accuracy as the GPS signal itself and also provide a "holdover" capability to maintain system synchronization when GPS reception outages occur.

Miniature Atomic Clock

The world’s first miniature atomic clocks, the SA.31m, SA.33m and SA.35m rubidium oscillators leverage significant advances in physics package miniaturization and integration with a form factor that measures only 2” by 2” and stands less than an inch high — five times smaller than previous atomic oscillators. The units can be used in a range of applications, such as wireless base stations, telecom networks, and test and measurement devices.