Atomic clock and how it works
An atomic clock is an extremly accurate source of time. There are various types of atomic clock, mostly found in laboratories: Cesium Clock, Hydrogen Clock and Rubidium Clocks. Most commercially available accurate time sources utilise a radio or GPS time signal that is linked to an atomic clock time reference.
Galleon Systems atomic clock time synchronisation solutions provide accurate time references for Windows 2000, XP, NT, 2003, LINUX and UNIX computers. Our atomic clock time servers obtain accurate time from MSF, WWVB, DCF or GPS time sources and distribute traceable time network wide.
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Galleon Systems can provide dedicated rack-mountable time servers or antennas that plug into standard PC's. Our equipment can synchronise single computers or entire networks to within milliseconds of the correct time.
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