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Intelligent active antenna

The standard Galleon systems radio antenna housed in a waterproof (IP65) casing. Receives, decodes and processes the amplitude modulated time signal transmitted from the NPL transmitter in Anthorn, Cumbria, UK.

The processed time signal is then sent to Galleon NTP servers, network time servers and time receivers as RS232 time information. The RS232 output can be converted to USB with an optional RS232 to USB interface.

The antenna displays the radio reception quality via an embedded LED array, so that an optimal alignment of the antenna can be performed when installing the device.

Antenna for the DCF (German), and WWVB (North American) radio time signals are also available.

Key Features

MSF Radio Antenna Technical Details
Input Signal MSF; 60kHz (DCF and WWVB also available)
Operating temperature range -25°C - 70°C
Power supply 5 - 30V
Power consumption 5 - 30V
Reception sensitivity 10 - 50µV/m typical 30µV/m
Output current 20mA

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