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Telecom Systems:

Telecom Synchronization with MEINBERG Equipment
Meinberg Radio Clocks and NTP Time Servers deliver a highly precise and stable clock for the system, and provide precise NTP time for the network.

For example, reliable time stamps are necessary for diagnosis of system error messages.

Overview: Telecom Systems

Meinberg Radio Clocks and NTP Time Servers deliver a highly precise and stable clock for the system, and provide precise NTP time for the network.

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  • IMS - LANTIME M1000: Modular Synchronization Server for Communication Networks
    Modular Synchronization Server for Communication Networks
    Versatile Phase and Frequency Synchronization for Telecommunication Networks. The Meinberg LANTIME M1000 is an intelligent, modular synchronization solution in a 1RU form factor. Its flexible, modular design allows it to perform as both a Primary Reference Clock (PRC) and a Primary Reference Time Clock (PRTC), as well as fulfill many other roles in a synchronization concept for telecommunication networks. Depending on its modular configuration, the M1000 can be enabled as a "mini-SSU/BITS," an Edge Grandmaster Clock, or a highly scalable core Grandmaster - synchronizing thousands of base stations or CPE devices like Femtocell Access Points, Broadband SUs or Home Gateways. Meinberg's market-leading IMS network time synchronization modules support all PTP telecom profiles, such as ITU-T G.8265.1, ITU-T G.8275.1 and ITU-T G.8275.2 as well as Synchronous Ethernet and Hardware NTP with 8ns timestamp accuracy via a Gigabit Ethernet interface.
  • IMS - LANTIME M4000: Ultra-Versatile Platform for Telecom Synchronization Application 
    Ultra-Versatile Platform for Telecom Synchronization Application
    The Meinberg LANTIME M4000 has been designed to fulfill the synchronization requirements of modern 4G/5G/LTE networks. It is capable to act as a Primary Reference Time Clock (PRTC) and, because of its unmatched flexibility, can be deployed in different scenarios. The modularity of the IMS platform (Intelligent Modular System) allows the M4000 to be configured for all areas of a mobile backhaul network: in the core, metro or access network areas.
  • LIU: Line Interface Unit 
    Line Interface Unit
    Generation of reference clocks for synchronization tasks
  • SDU/EFB/MP: Signal Distributor Unit for E1 / T1 Telecom Signals
    Signal Distributor Unit for E1 / T1 Telecom Signals
    The SDU/EFB signal distributor unit is a signal diplexer that allows to connect up to 24 devices to one E1/T1 sync output. This is a very compact and cost effective way to increase the number of E1/T1 ports available for synchronizing telecom switches and multiplexer as well as other devices that require a 1.544 or 2.048 MBit/s reference.

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