The FDA1050 Frequency Distribution Amplifier provides precision multiple frequency outputs from either a single or a dual input source. The FDA1050 is ideal for applications where a frequency from a master system must be distributed to several local or remote areas or sub systems.
• Multiple frequency outputs from a single or dual input source
• With Dual input option automatically selects a second input source
• Up to 10 independently buffered output channels
• Wideband circuits allow any frequency distribution up to 10MHz.
• Fault sensing and LED status indicator for each output channel
• 1U high 19 inch rack-mountable chassis
• Outputs via back panel
The FDA1050 is the perfect solution where a accurate frequency feed is required to multiple areas. For example, in the Power/Utilities industry, the FDA1050 is ideal for ensuring a stable frequency feed to multiple installations.

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This product has been discontinued.  For its replacement, see FDU-160i

The FDA1050 Frequency Distribution Amplifier provides precision multiple frequency outputs from either a single or a dual input source. The FDA1050 is ideal for applications where a frequency from a master system must be distributed to several local or remote areas or sub systems.

  • Multiple frequency outputs from a single or dual input source

  • With Dual input option automatically selects a second input source

  • Up to 10 independently buffered output channels

  • Wideband circuits allow any frequency distribution up to 10MHz.

  • Fault sensing and LED status indicator for each output channel

  • 1U high 19 inch rack-mountable chassis

  • Outputs via back panel
The FDA1050 is the perfect solution where an accurate frequency feed is required to multiple areas. For example, in the Power/Utilities industry, the FDA1050 is ideal for ensuring a stable frequency feed to multiple installations.
 

The FDA1050 may be ‘daisy-chained’ to provide unlimited distribution stations with an accurate frequency feed.
The connection from base station to remote stations is typically via coaxial cable (not supplied). Max distance from base station depends on grade of cable used - a higher grade cable will enable greater distances. Please contact us for further guidance.

Input Options

  • Analog, Digital, Timecode or Fibre Optic
  • Single source or dual source input.

N.B. With dual input, if the primary signal level falls below a critical level, the FDA1050 automatically selects the backup input

 

Product Data Sheet

This product has been discontinued.  The information provided below is for reference and support purposes only.

The OSA 5240 GPS Node Clock is specifically designed for the synchronization of 2G, 2.5G and 3G mobile networks and SDH/SONET transport networks. DAB and DVB-T broadcasting networks and mobile location services such as E911 can also take advantage of this compact and economical synchronization solution that provides advanced features at a fraction of the cost of other currently available solutions.

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Versatility
The OSA 5240 GPS is versatile: besides supplying GPS-based frequency references, it can also retime E1/DS1 traffic channels whose timing has been impaired by SDH/SONET pointer adjustments; moreover, the OSA 5240 GPS can optionally provide NTP/IRIG-B time distribution. It is therefore possible to supply frequency outputs, retiming and time distribution information without having to install separate boxes, each with its GPS antenna, cabling, management connection, etc.

 

Reliability
The OSA 5240 GPS is reliable. In case of loss of the GPS signal, the system can lock onto its auxiliary input and still provide PRC traceable synchronisation outputs.

Applications

    • Synchronisation of cellular networks at BSC or MSC level
    • Re-timing of traffic signals affected by SDH/SONET pointer adjustments
    • Time and frequency reference for power utilities and public services
    • Synchronisation of DVB-T transmitters in SFN (Single Frequency Networks)
    • UTC-traceable call billing thanks to NTP (or IRIG-B) time reference

 

Product Specifications
Product Data Sheet

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OSA-5240 ETSI Datasheet

This product has been discontinued.  The information provided below is for reference and support purposes only.

The Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is a solution for the distribution of synchronization over IP-based packet networks such as IP, IP/MPLS, Ethernet, IP/xPON and IP/xDSL networks. PTP is also known by the name of the corresponding standard IEEE 1588-2008.

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Brandywine offers a comprehensive range of PTP products covering all synchronization needs in the telecommunication domain. The OSA 5320 PTP Slave is designed to interoperate with PTP grandmaster clocks from Oscilloquartz or from other vendors. The OSA 5320 consists of a PTP protocol engine which connects to one or several distant PTP Grandmaster clocks over an IP or Ethernet network.

The PTP Slave delivers frequency, phase and time-of-day over a set of output ports featuring a variety of output formats. The output port section is divided into a set of standard output ports and a pluggable Output Extension Module. The OSA 5320 is fully manageable. So-called PTP Profiles are used to configure those parameters which are crucial for the interoperability with the connected grandmaster clock.

Features:

  • Powerful network delay analysis delivers full time alignment over hostile networks (including Layer 2 and Layer 3 routing).
  • Manual or automatic best master clock selection
  • No need to install GPS antennas
  • 2.048 Mbit/s, 2.048 MHz and 1.544 Mbit/s synchronization clock signal for legacy equipments
  • Multicast & Unicast operation ideal for use in Telecoms environment

Applications:

Typical applications are the synchronization of 2G, 3G, cdma2000 and WiMax basestations, of xPON optical line terminals, etc. PTP allows the distribution of accurate frequency, phase and time-of-day to these applications even in cases where the transport network is asynchronous. The typical PTP architecture consists of a PTP grandmaster clock which delivers synchronization to a number of PTP slave clocks.

Product Specifications
Product Data Sheet

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This product has been discontinued.  For its replacement, see GPSDO

 

The STAR series is an OEM GPS Clock which offers superior time and frequency synchronization in a minimal space and at a ultra low cost.  Based on a state-of-the art GPS receiver, the Clock delivers 1PPS, 10 MHz and time-of-day outputs with the highest levels of accuracy and stability.

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Various levels of configurations are available to easily adapt to the requirements of your Base Stations, Broadcast Station systems, and sub-systems for a discrete and cost optimized synchronization solutions.  When no valid input is available, the GPS Clock enters into holdover mode and is specially designed to hold its output frequencies to supply long hours of frequency and phase accuracies.

When enhanced with OSA’s advanced Aging and Temperature Drift Compensation (ATDC) system, the GPS Clock is the most stable GPS quartz clock available in holdover mode. It has a very thin form factor and allows for large temperature variations and harsh environmental conditions.

The GPS Clock is also fully manageable via user-friendly Configuration Manager software. Furthermore, the OSA OEM GPS Clock is highly reliable and totally maintenance-free.

Features:

  • Inexpensive and easy-to-integrate GPS Clock
  • High frequency stability and long term accuracy
  • Various oscillators and holdover capabilities
  • Ultra compact + reliable
  • 1PPS, 10MHz and Time-of-day
  • Phase alignment of all outputs within ±5ns with "0 crossing" 1PPS / 10MHz
  • UTC-derived 1PPS and NMEA0183 timing information
  • 1 Power supply input connection only
  • ROHS compliant
  • Firmware upgradeable

Applications:

Rack integration for Wireless Base stations:

  • WiMAX, WiBRO, 3G, 4G, LTE
  • DAB, DVB-T/H/S and DTV
  • E911 Location Systems
  • Timing and Synchronization

Product Specifications
Product Data Sheet

Contact your sales manager for details

This product has been discontinued.  The infomation provided below is for reference and support purposes only.

The Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is a solution for the distribution of synchronization over IP-based packet networks such as IP, IP/MPLS, Ethernet, IP/xPON and IP/xDSL networks.  Brandywine offers a comprehensive range of PTP products covering all synchronization needs in the telecommunication domain.  An absolute timing accuracy of better than 100 nanoseconds to UTC can be achieved using this protocol as it uses hardware-generated timestamps.  The OSA 5330 uses an internal Quartz Crystal oscillator disciplined by an integrated GPS receiver as a highly stable time base.

 

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The OSA 5330 PTP Grandmaster is designed to operate with PTP Slaves from from all vendors. The OSA 5330 PTP Grandmaster consists of a GPS-receiver and a PTP engine delivering PTP service over an Ethernet port.  The use of precision oscillator options provides improved stability in holdover mode when the input source is interrupted for any reason.

The front panel has a large alphanumeric LCD, status indicator and 5-segment button for easy status and minimal configuration. The main configuration and monitoring is through a secondary network port providing web access.  PTP Profiles are used to configure those parameters which are crucial for the interoperability with the connected slaves. A range of additional output options are available, including serial, pulse, timecode and frequency - please contact our sales support team for more information.

Features:

  • IEEE 1588-2008 (v2) Time protocol
  • Distributes frequency, phase and time-of-day to remote PTP clients and slaves over a network
  • Advanced hardware-generated timestamps
  • GPS input source
  • ±100 ns timing accuracy when locked to GPS
  • Highly stable internal oscillator maintain accurate synchronization in holdover
  • Auxiliary outputs include 1PPS, 10MHz, 2.048 MHz, NMEA 0183, IRIG-B and NTP
  • 19 inch 1U high rack mountable chassis

Applications:

Typical applications are the synchronization of

  • 2G, 3G, LTE, CDMA2000
  • WiMAX
  • DAB, DVB and DTV
  • Ethernet Backhaul
  • Passive Optical Networks (PON)
  • Circuit Emulation Services
  • Electrical Power Utilities

PTP allows the distribution of accurate frequency, phase and time-of-day to these applications even in cases where the transport network is asynchronous.

Product Specifications
Product Data Sheet

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Brandywine Communications
Ultra-Precision Time & Frequency

1153 Warner Ave
Tustin, CA 92780
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Phone: 714.755.1050


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