- Acquires precise time from
CDMA cell broadcast
- Functions deep inside buildings with
- Ideal for highly secure or remote
- No cell phone account required – no monthly fees
Sync combines the precision of atomic time with the ubiquity of cell phone
service. Plus, it's easy to install—simply load the software on a Windows PC and plug in the receiver and it synchronizes time to the
CDMA transmitter in seconds.
Cell Sync's CDMA receiver is self-contained and can be used anywhere a cell phone is used—even under marginal signal conditions. This time receiver
eliminates the cost and inconvenience of running cable, as typically required for GPS synchronization.
Cell Sync acquires time signals—accurate to 10 millionths of a second—from CDMA cellular transmitters, then distributes the time to your PC or network. CDMA transmitters derive this precise time from GPS satellites, and like GPS, the CDMA receiver in Cell Sync automatically selects one of several transmitters, making the system fault tolerant and reliable. How it works...
Keeping accurate time on networked computers is critical for many applications. Functioning as a network time server, Cell Sync is an essential resource for enterprise-wide time synchronization, as it delivers consistent, accurate time across the entire United States.
Cell Sync delivers system-wide split-second timing and is well-suited to companies with highly secure or remote networks and applications such as server rooms, PC-based video recorders and security camera recorders.
If you're looking for a GPS receiver that connects to your computer, consider our ClockWatch Star Sync.