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Rubidium-Based Frequency Source Has CDMA Outputs

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Designed for lab or field use, Rhino portable, rubidium-based frequency source offers outputs for CDMA equipment, including 19.6608 MHz, 1 pps, phase-adjustable 1 pps, and 1/2 pps synchronized to UTC. The Rhino includes eight buffered 10-MHz outputs with rubidium-standard stability, and the unit is equipped with a GPS receiver to enable locking of the internal rubidium standard to UTC in locations where there are no electric power outlets. The standard supports synchronization of the equipment to IS-95 base stations in locations where GPS reception may be unavailable.

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