Meeting unprecedented demand
With the mass adoption of smartphones and the soaring popularity of mobile video, mobile networks are struggling to cope with demand. Operators are seeking to migrate to LTE-Advanced Pro and 5G in the most cost effective and scalable way possible. This requires thousands of small cells being deployed that rely on highly accurate phase synchronisation and timing assurance throughout the backhaul network. Our OSA 5335 delivers precise and reliable frequency, phase and time-of-day info for mobile and other industries, from media broadcasting to smart power grids.
Our OSA 5335’s flexible and robust design features full redundancy for every module and function.
Its carrier-class design provides high client capacity and a wide range of redundancy options to deliver scalable performance and maximum availability …
Precise synchronization with no additional hardware
Our OSA 5335 enables operators to meet Stratum 1 requirements without external receivers or cesium reference clock sources.
Capacity, availability and scale
Our OSA 5335 is a scalable and high-performance IEEE 1588v2 standard-compliant grandmaster clock. Its carrier-class design provides high client capacity and a wide range of redundancy options to deliver scalable performance and maximum availability. The modular design accommodates multiple high-capacity PTP modules, enabling a total capacity of more than 3,000 remote PTP slave clients. Each high capacity PTP module includes a hardware-based PTP engine with highly accurate timestamping.
Multiple inputs for distributed timing
Our OSA 5335 comes with universal input modules accepting a wide range of input signals, with up to two GNSS input modules, supporting GPS and GLONASS.
Management and performance assurance
Our network management software provides powerful fault, configuration, inventory, performance and security management of our OSA 5335 through an intuitive graphical user interface, either locally or from a remote location. Results can be compared to standard masks and trigger alarms when limits are exceeded. All results are forwarded to the network management system for display, user validation and storage. Local alarm indication is provided by means of an internal buzzer, electrical relay contacts and status LEDs on the front panel.