[time-nuts] PRS-45 Cs Standard
bob at evoria.net
Mon Dec 1 19:40:10 EST 2014
I'll look around to see what I can find for FTS manuals. If I know the interface messages, I can certainly write the software.
From: Magnus Danielson <magnus at rubidium.dyndns.org>
To: time-nuts at febo.com
Cc: magnus at rubidium.se
Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 3:08 PM
Subject: Re: [time-nuts] PRS-45 Cs Standard
On 12/01/2014 05:54 PM, Bob Stewart wrote:
> I've just won a "Symmetricom / Datum PRS45A PRS45-0001K - Single Cesium PRS-45 DS1" on ebay from a guy in the Netherlands. It's listed as used in good working condition, so ebay should protect me if it's not. Hopefully he has the training to get it to me.
> It seems to also be known as a "TImeCesium". I've been looking around on the internet, and I don't find a lot of information on these other than the user document on N4IQT's site. Is anyone using one of these, and do you have the software for it?
I bet it has the same cesium platform as my Telecom Solutions, and then
the FTS-4065 software on the RS-232 port should be exactly what you want.
PRS = Primary Reference Source - the ANSI SONET term which is also
associated with Stratum 1. The two DS1 outputs is means to feed the
PDH/SONET network in the 1,544 Mb/s hierarchy.
I had a tool for pulling that datastream out of it, but it was relative
easy to write a tool from the FTS manual as I recall it, but I never got
around to do it. You do want to record the output of the RS-232 to a
log, so you can monitor the state of it and see how it behavves.
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