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NAB Sneak Peek: What’s the Frequency, ESE?

ES-410 frequency generator uses GPS from satellites
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ESE is highlighting the ES-410, a GPS-based frequency generator that generates a stable source of 10 MHz and 1 PPS using GPS satellites as a reference. The unit provides 10 MHz in both sine wave and square wave (5 V logic) form. Four sine wave and four square wave outputs are provided. The 1 PPS output is a 50 percent duty 5 V logic signal, with the positive-edge coinciding with the UTC seconds change.

An ESE TC90 timecode output is provided for driving remote time displays. A USB interface allows configuration of the time zone and other parameters, and outputs the time. Ships with an indoor/outdoor antenna and 16-foot cable.

If frequency distribution is needed, ESE offers the ES-210, a quad 1 x 6 1 MHz/5 MHz/10 MHz distribution amplifier. The unit provides four independent 1 x 6 frequency DAs in a single rackmount enclosure.

NAB Show Booth: C2539
Info: www.ese-web.com

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