Bliley Launches New GPS Frequency and Timing Modules

Bliley Launches New GPS Frequency and Timing Modules
Bliley GMX1001

Bliley Technologies, Inc., has unveiled two GPS frequency and timing modules at the 2011 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium taking place this week (June 5–10, 2011) in Baltimore, Maryland.

The company’s GMX1001 and GMM1002 modules launch a new product line for the company — introducing the first in a series of next-generation technologies for the Erie, Pennsylvania–based company.


Bliley Technologies, Inc., has unveiled two GPS frequency and timing modules at the 2011 IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Symposium taking place this week (June 5–10, 2011) in Baltimore, Maryland.

The company’s GMX1001 and GMM1002 modules launch a new product line for the company — introducing the first in a series of next-generation technologies for the Erie, Pennsylvania–based company.

According to Bliley, the GMX1001 is customizable for high-performance systems, allowing design engineers to specify "frequency versus temperature stability" and "holdover stability with time" to optimize cost and design benefits for such applications as satellite, test & measurement equipment, frequency distribution systems, and wireless base stations. It measures 4.5×2.36×1.06 inches (114x60x27 millimeters).

The low-cost, compact (1.9×1.4×0.87 inches) GMM1002 GPS module incorporates holdover features to accommodate WiMAX and LTE wireless systems.

Both modules offer 10 megahertz and 1 pps (pulse per second) outputs synchronized to GPS and a UART port with NMEA protocol for monitoring. The GMX1002 has 5 and 12VDC power supply options; the GMM1002, 3.3 and 5VDC options.

The complete specifications can be viewed online at the Bliley website.

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