GPS Time Receiver


GPS Time Receiver– Global Positioning System (GPS) is a radio navigation system available worldwide. A fleet of 24 satellites orbit the earth broadcasting their position coordinates and highly accurate time code. Each satellite is equipped with atomic frequency standards, they are widely used for time synchronization, frequency calibration, and navigation. GPS receivers can provide traceability to the national frequency standard maintained by NIST. The GPS signals are monitored in Boulder, Colorado by NIST. The frequency standard on each satellite is compared to the NIST frequency standard. Commercially available GPS receivers often provide a 1 pulse per second (pps) timing output, and standard frequencies such as 1, 5, and 10 MHz. Properly designed GPS receivers can provide traceability to the national frequency standard maintained by NIST.


  • Ability to receive time and date via satellite worldwide.
  • 12 Channel GPS Receiver
  • Compatible with GPS Navigation Software (NMEA 0183)
  • Power is provided by the PS/2 or DIN keyboard port. ADAPTER IS INCLUDED.


  • Cable Length approximately 9′, Operating Temperature: -40 – 90F+ degrees

Recommended System requirements: 

  • Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
  • available serial interface (RS232) COM 1 OR COM2
  • PS/2- or DIN-keyboard interface (5V); free visibility of the sky – receiver needs to be located near a window or outdoor.

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Posted on: June 4th, 2014

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