SecureSync® SAASM combines Spectracom’s precision time and frequency technology with secure Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module (SAASM) based GPS receiver.
This system was conceived specifically to satisfy the Joint Chiefs of Staff mandate that all newly-fielded Department of Defense GPS systems be SAASM-compliant (CJCSI 6130.01C: Enclosure E). SecureSync SAASM offers a choice between two SAASM receiver options: a 24-channel Miniature Ruggedized Unit (MRU) and a 12-channel Ground-Based GPS Receiver Application Module (GB-GRAM).
Mission critical military applications will benefit from SecureSync SAASM’s extreme reliability, security, and flexibility. An important advantage of SecureSync SAASM is its ruggedized shock and vibration tested chassis, designed to meet MIL-STD-810F for environmental performance.
The base unit provides an extremely accurate 1PPS timing signal aligned to a 10 MHz frequency signal without any 10 MHz phase discontinuity. An assortment of internal oscillator options is available to fulfill a broad range of requirements for holdover and phase noise.
The modular design enables a wide variety of highly specialized time and frequency functions. Up to 4 additional input/output modules can be added to each SecureSync SAASM to cater it to your specific needs.
Choose from a vast selection of option cards to add to your confi guration of timing signals, including additional 1PPS or time code (IRIG, ASCII, HaveQuick), frequency outputs (10MHz, 5 MHz, 2.048 MHz, or 1.544 MHz), telecom T1/E1 data rates, multi-port NTP, and PTP. Modules can also be custom designed to meet the exact specifications of any military program.
SecureSync SAASM is a security-hardened network appliance designed to meet rigorous network security standards and best practices. It ensures accurate timing through multiple references, tamperproof management, and extensive logging.
Robust network protocols are used to allow for easy but secure configuration. Features can be enabled or disabled based on your network policies. Installation is aided by DHCP (IPv4), AUTOCONF (IPv6), and a front-panel keypad and display.
The 1 RU chassis is powered by AC on an IEC60320 connector. DC power is also available as a primary source or as a back-up to standard AC power.