ESE recently introduced a line of NTP (Network Time Protocol) Time Servers, devices that put accurate time information onto a network.
Operators plug the Time Server into the network and configure it to allow any client on the network to request time information.
The ES-104 employs an internal GPS Receiver as its time reference, providing the user with a source of Stratum 1 accuracy. The ES-289, ES-299 and ES-911/NTP receive their time reference from external sources of time code. The ES-289 accepts either SMPTE/EBU time code or ESE Time Code, while the ES-299 references either IRIG, NASA 36, XR3 or 2137 time code. The ES-911/NTP is designed to accept ASCII time code in NENA, ESE or NMEA 0183.
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