OSA 5210 - High-Performance Telecom GNSS Clock

OSA 5210 - High-Performance Telecom GNSS Clock
OSA 5210
High-Performance Telecom GNSS Clock
Product Overview
The OSA 5210 Telecom GNSS Clock is a highperformance Primary Reference Time Clock (PRTC) for
telecommunication network operator applications. With
its integrated and programmable Global Navigation
Satellite System (GNSS) receiver, the OSA 5210 is
capable of referencing the world’s two largest GNSS
systems GPS and GLONASS, either individually or in
parallel. The software-selectable auxiliary timing input
interface enables network operators to ensure continuous and precise synchronization when no GNSS signal is
available by connecting to a remote timing source.
Meeting Stringent Accuracy
The OSA 5210 provides synchronization with outstanding
stability and accuracy when locked to a GNSS source.
Its sophisticated clock engine and the digitally controlled
internal quartz oscillator ensure that frequency, phase
and Time-of-Day (TOD) output signals meet the highest
precision available in the industry. The OSA 5210 offers
extended holdover capability during time periods when
no valid input reference is available. Thanks to the
embedded double-oven controlled quartz oscillator
(DOCXO), the OSA 5210 supplies highly accurate
frequency and phase information over many hours
when GNSS signals are interrupted. The addition of a
DOCXO therefore extends frequency and phase holdover
performance. This flexibility allows network operators to
better optimize the stability and accuracy of their entire
timing infrastructure.
Flexible Configuration Options
The OSA 5210 comes with two blocks of four factory
configurable output interfaces. Available configuration
options are 2.048MHz compliant with ITU-T G.703-13,
2.048Mbit/s (E1) compliant with ITU-T G.703-9, 10MHz
sine wave and 1PPS phase-locked to UTC. This flexibility
and the ultra-compact size make the OSA 5210 a versatile
high-performance GNSS clock for all applications in fixed
and mobile telecommunication networks where size and
flexibility matters.
Features & Benefits
• GNSS synchronization clock for GPS, GLONASS
or GPS+GLONASS operation
• Software-selectable auxiliary input interface
Simplified Operations
• Flexible programmable output interfaces
The OSA 5210 is fully software upgradeable and
configurable while in service. It provides a complete
implementation of Synchronization Status Messaging
(SSM) including all input and output interfaces in
compliance with industry standards and proven telecom
practice. All alarms and events, system configuration,
input priority selection as well as additional settings
can be managed locally from its intuitive Graphical
User Interface (GUI). The OSA 5210 alternatively
supports remote management by integrating the device
into Oscilloquartz’s comprehensive synchronization
management system SyncView™Plus, or from any SNMP
compatible management platform.
• Timing accuracy of 100ns when locked to GNSS
• Holdover accuracy of 1 x 10-10/day with
DOCXO oscillator
• TOD output interface and optional NTP server
• Synchronization Status Messaging support
• Integrated SNMP and SyncView™Plus remote
management
Technical Information
Input Interfaces
Alarms
GNSS Input Interface
• 1 x open/closed relay contact
• BNC 50Ω connector
• GPS: L1 1575.42MHz, C/A
• GLONASS: L1-range 1598.0625 – 1609.3125MHz, CT
• 24 GPS / GLONASS channels
Local Management
Software-Selectable Satellite Tracking Operation Modes
• GPS, GLONASS or GPS+GLONASS
Software-Selectable Auxiliary Input Interface
• 1 x 5MHz, 10MHz, 2.048MHz, 1PPS or 2.048Mbit/s
Output Interfaces
8 x Synchronization Output Interfaces (Factory Configurable)
Output Interface 1 to 4
• 2.048MHz, BNC 75Ω unbalanced or SUB-D 120Ω balanced,
G.703-13
• 2.048 Mbit/s (E1), BNC 75Ω unbalanced or SUB-D120 Ω
balanced, G.703-9, HDB3, AMI, CAS, CRC4 configurable
• 10MHz sine wave, 1VRMS ±20%, BNC 50Ω unbalanced
(only 1 when SUB-D/120Ω are used for E1/2.048MHz)
Output Interface 5 to 8
• 2.048MHz, BNC 75Ω unbalanced or SUB-D 120Ω balanced,
G.703-13
• 2.048 Mbit/s (E1), BNC 75Ω unbalanced or SUB-D 120Ω
balanced, G.703-9, HDB3, AMI, CAS, CRC4 configurable
• 1PPS, phase-locked to UTC, 2.4VPP ±20%, BNC 50Ω unbalanced
(only 1 when SUB-D/120Ω are used for E1/2.048MHz)
TOD Output Interface
• TOD on RS232, RJ45, conforming to NMEA0183
• Optional NTP Server, RFC1305, 10/100BaseT, RJ45
(instead of TOD on RS232)
Management
• Physical port: RS-232C, RJ45 (CM-Software GUI)
Remote Management
• 10/100 Base-T, RJ45 physical port
• TL1 + SNMP V1
• SyncView™Plus Network Manager
Environmental Characteristics
• Operational: -5°C to +55°C
• Storage: -40°C to +85°C
• Humidity: 95% non-condensing
EMC, ESD & Safety
• EMC: Certified to EN55022:2005 and EN55024:2005
• Safety: Conformance to EN60950-1: 2001
Mechanical
• Size (H x W x D): 1U 44.52 x 482.6 x 220mm (1.75”x19’’x8.7’’)
• Weight: 2 kg
Antenna System
• Choice of GPS antenna or GLONASS+GPS antennas
Standard Available Cable Lengths
• 10m, 20m, 60m, 120m LMR 400
• Line amplifier, LMR 600 cable or GPS optical antenna options
for longer distances
• Other lengths on demand
SSM (Synchronization Status Messaging)
• SSM reading on 2.048Mbit/s (E1) inputs
• Input selection based on SSM
• SSM on 2.048Mbit/s (E1) outputs
Performance When Locked to GNSS
Timing Accuracy
• < 100ns peak-to-peak (tracked in fixed-position mode)
• ADEV < 10–12 (20,000 seconds)
Holdover Performance (Frequency)
OCXO 8663 Version (ITU-T G.812 type I/III)
• Long term frequency stability: 1 x 10-10/day, ±2.0e-8/year
• Frequency over temperature: 6 x 10-10pp (-5°C to +55°C)
Power Supply
• Dual power ports -20 to -60VDC power supply
• 20W max. consumption
For more information please visit us at www.oscilloquartz.com
Data Sheet, version 06 / 2014
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