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All microSync models offer a wide range of multiple output signals, allowing synchronization of both network devices such as NTP clients and PTP slaves as well as directly attached synchronization clients with other electrical and optical signals. All models share the integrated microSync embedded network processor running our sync optimized Meinberg OS firmware, supporting NTP, PTP IEEE 1588 and a variety of protocols for management tasks. The microSync-Series offers optical or electrical network connectivity by using SFP modules. There are selections of sync input possibilities available, for example the 72-channel Multi GNSS Receiver for GPS, Galileo, GLONASS and BeiDou.

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Sync Monitor for PTP Networks: How does it work?

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Meinberg introduced a new monitoring tool called Sync Monitor, which is available in all Meinberg LANTIME Systems with firmware 6.22 or later. Sync Monitor is used for monitoring the performance of NTP or PTP nodes in your network and can be accessed via the web interface. Moreover, it also enables monitoring of devices with 1PPS (pulse per second). This feature might be useful in testing environments, for example. The purpose of the Sync Monitor is to measure nodes’ time accuracy and show that they are within specification. There are two main reasons for this. One is to monitor your network to make sure that the timing is working correctly. The other is to create an archive measurement log that can be pointed to for regulatory purposes. For example, if there is ever a question about whether, or not, a server had the correct time during trading hours. You would have archived logs to prove that it was. With Sync Monitor you are not just transferring the time but you can also measur…