Hydrogen Masers

A Hydrogen Maser is an instrument that provides a timing signal to be used as the basis of reference for the control of other clocks within a network. The long-term accuracy of that signal is maintained at 1 x 10-11 or better. This primary reference source generates a timing signal completely autonomous of other references using passive or active hydrogen maser technology.

Manufactured in Europe by Vremya-CH, 67, Osharskaya Str., 603105, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia
www.vremya-ch.com


Passive Hydrogen Frequency Standard
Model VCH-1006

Features
Output signals: - 5, 10 and 100 MHz sin, (1 0.2) V rms at 50 Ohm; - 2.048 MHz pulse, (1.5 to 2.8) V pp at 75 Ohm; - 1 PPS pulse, positive polarity TTL level at 50 Ohm. Manual synchronization to external 1 pps TTL signal with 50 ns accuracy.