The P50 is intended for the development of compact Grandmasters, high precision slaves or general ordinary clocks in the IEEE1588 network. It is based on the C34 microcontroller located on an M50-34 subsystem-module.
The functionality of the system is delivered by the C34 controller which is a dedicated device for time synchronized applications. Its outstanding features stem from its ability to analyze and act on gate level, in real time.
The system has the ability to sustain processing of almost 20 Mbit/s of IP dataflow, while running the IEEE 1588 Protocol software in the background. The M50-34 module embeds a complete software platform including real-time operating system, flash file system, TCP/IP communication stack, FTP and telnet server. For the execution of the IEEE1588-2008 protocol, a software stack with fully compliant Ordinary Clock implementation is integrated. The development environment enables the application designer to manage projects with configurations for different clock modes and precisions.
The P50 is designed for an optimized IEEE 1588 communication application and the Grandmaster mode. The standard P50 comes set with an on board TCXO oscillator, but the socket board can be adapted for different oscillators: on-module, on-board, external. The kit has an optional input for an external reference (eg. GPS).
A host system interfaces to the board via the SPI port and a separate debug port connects to the development system via the trace adapter.
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