Timing & Synchronization Systems
Larus Corporation was founded in 1980 to manufacture telecommunications products for use by local telephone companies, long distance providers, and the public and private networks of North America.
Larus recognized very early that Digital network connectivity is dependent upon the availability of a reliable synchronization source to provide a timing reference to the network elements and are now a recognized leader in the manufacture of sophisticated network timing and synchronization products. The products provide a complete range of the timing and synchronization products required to facilitate the efficient transmission of Digital signals. Larus timing products are deployed by Regional Bell Operating companies, Independent Telephone Companies, Competitive Local Exchange Carriers, government, utility companies,private communication networks, OEM manufacturers both domestically and internationally.
Larus products provide a full range of industry standard timing and synchronization systems, performing to Stratum1 Stratum 2 and Stratum 3E standards. These standards define the accuracy and "holdover" for the timing performance. Stratum 1 refers to an autonomous timing source such as an atomic clock or Cesium oscillator with no errors in 4 to 5 months. Stratum 2, 3, 3E etc normally track an input source, such as GPS. Should that source fail, the Stratum levels define the maximum allowable drift e.g 1.6 x 10-8 over a 1 year period.
Examples of the group's Timing and Synchronization products include:
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