NetTimeLogic’s NMEATime Of Day (TOD) Slave Clock is a full hardware (FPGA) only implementation of a synchronization core able to synchronize to a Time of Day source via NMEA over UART. The whole interface handling, message parsing, algorithms and calculations are implemented in the core, no CPU is required. This allows running TOD synchronization completely independent and standalone from the user application. The core can be configured either by signals or by an AXI4Light-Slave Register interface. This core only adapts the second part of the clock, and does no drift or offset correction in the sub second range, this shall be done in a combination with the PPS Slave Clock.
All calculations and corrections are implemented completely in HW.
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NMEA message at 1M baud in relation to the PPS
The PPS initiates the sending of the NMEA data stream at the GPS receiver
- Time of Day Slave Clock
- Built-in UART receiver with configurable baud rate
- NMEA message parser
- Support for NMEA GPZDA and GPRMC messages for time extraction
- Quality supervision and filtering of GPRMC messages
- Hardware time conversion from Time of Day format (hh:mm:ss dd:mm:yyyy) into seconds since midnight 1.1.1970 (Linux, TAI, PTP)
- Second adjustment at the local second overflow
- Seconds correction for different time bases (TAI, UTC ...)
- In combination with a PPS Slave Clock from NetTimeLogic: synchronization accuracy: +/- 25ns
- AXI4 Light register set or static configuration
Licensing & Pricing
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- Project Source Code: 3000$
- Site Source Code: 5400$
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