Galleon Systems Windows 2000 Time Server products provide an accurate timing reference that allow an accurate time to be maintained on PC's.
Windows 2000 Timing references can be broken down into two groups: radio time server or GPS time server references. Radio timing can be broken down into three sub-groups: MSF, WWVB and DCF.
The MSF time signal is broadcast from Rugby, UK. It is a 60 kHz radio time signal that provides continuous date and time information. Accuracies of 1.4 milliseconds can be acheived from an MSF reveiver.
Signal coverage is the British Isles and most of North-Western Europe.
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The DCF signal is broadcast from Frankfurt, Germany. It is a 77 kHz signal that provides continous date and time information. Accuracies of 1.4 milliseconds can be obtained from a DCF receiver.
Signal coverage is Germany and Central Europe.
The WWVB signal is broadcast from Colorado, USA. It is a 60 kHz signal that continuously broadcasts time and frequency signals. Signal coverage is the whole of the US
GPS solutions use the atomic clocks utilised in the global positioning system for accurate timing information.
Our time server solutions provide an accurate tracable source of time for a single computer or an entire network of computers.
We can provide solutions for most operating system platforms including: Windows, LINUX, UNIX and Novell Netware.
Galleon Systems GPS TS-900-GPS can accurately synchronise time on any Windows 2000 machine to within milliseconds of the correct time.
We can provide MSF radio solutions for UK operation, DCF solutions for Central European operation, WWVB solutions for US operation or GPS solutions for operation world-wide.
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