Synchronization Equipment for Power Distribution Networks
Telecommunication networks are an essential infrastructure for the operation of any power distribution network. The telecommunication services used by power companies can be divided into two classes. First there are the services
corresponding to the general communication needs such as telephone services and general data communication services for the operation of the enterprise computer network. Secondly there are special communication needs related to the
operation of the physical power distribution network.
Synchronization network is based on SDH or
SONET transmission technology.
SDH and SONET transmission networks are TDM
networks, hence they require synchronization. At
the same time the SDH links can be used to
generates an accurate and stable reference synchronization signal.
Primary Reference Clocks are usually realized with atomic Caesium clocks or with GNSS-receivers, or with a
combination of both. The output signal of the PRC
drives a so-called SSU or BITS clock. The SSU/BITS acts as a node clock and
supplies all telecom equipment of the node or
building with adequate synchronization signals. For the transmission of synchronization over long
distances, SDH transmission signals are used as
The physical data rate of the SDH data
signal, being driven by the SDH multiplexer's
synchronized equipment clock, conveys
synchronization which is derived from the PRC. At
the receiveing end, an SSU/BITS eliminates
synchronization degradations such as jitter and
wander and distributes clean synchronization
signals to teleom equipment in the node or
For maximum benefits, small cells need tight synchronization. With our OSA 5405 SyncReachTM, this is easier than ever before. It features a unique dual antenna that enables it to deliver accurate and affordable small cell synchronization even in urban canyons. Read more »
Our OSA 5410 Series is a family of compact and cost-effective synchronization distribution and assurance devices that brings the power of Syncjack™ to any access network. The OSA 5410 Series offers unique flexibility by supporting delivery and assurance of synchronization utilizing Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE 1588v2 Precision Time Protocol (PTP). Thanks to its built-in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receiver and Grandmaster (GM) Clock capability, it can be used as a timing source for frequency, phase and time-of-day delivery, as well as a measurement reference for Syncjack™ tools. Read more »
Our OSA 5420 series is a family of cost-effective, mid-scale synchronization distribution and assurance devices that bring the power of Syncjack™ to any network. Following a toolbox approach, the family members of the OSA 5420 series can be utilized in a variety of network synchronization applications, including IEEE 1588v2 Grandmaster, Boundary Clock, Slave Clock and Assisted Partial Timing Support (APTS). Read more »
With our OSA 5430, a carrier-grade IEEE 1588v2 grandmaster clock supporting 10Gbit/s as well as 1Gbit/s interfaces with hardware timestamping, cost-effective and accurate synchronization distribution for next-generation technologies such as LTE-A is no longer a challenge. What’s more, its NTP server, multiple BITS outputs and GNSS receiver capabilities, make it also ideal for the smooth upgrade of legacy synchronization architectures. Read more »
SyncView™Plus is a comprehensive synchronization Management System that
allows telecom operators to manage all Oscilloquartz synchronization
elements from a single local RS-232 serial connection to one shelf up to
hundreds of units from a single point via remote Ethernet connection.
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