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March 26th, 2019
FURUNO to Launch Single-band GNSS Receivers That Achieve 4.5ns Stability

NISHINOMIYA, Japan – Furuno Electric Co., Ltd. (FURUNO), based in Nishinomiya, Japan, has developed GT-88 and GF-8801/02/03/04/05 for users who require UTC time-synchronized signals to meet the new 5G requirements. They provide UTC time-synchronized timing signals (1PPS/10MHz) by receiving GNSS satellite signals. Achieved stability is better than that of an atomic clock, including a rubidium. Read More at Benzinga