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HAVE QUICK In/Out [1204-29]

The HAVE QUICK input/output option card 1204-29 provides SecureSync with (1) HAVE QUICK input and (3) HAVE QUICK outputs.

HAVE QUICK In/Out [1204-29]: Specifications

  • Inputs/Outputs: (1) HAVE QUICK input/(3) HAVE QUICK outputs
  • Signal Type and Connector: TTL levels (BNC)
  • Output Load Impedance: 50 Ω
  • Start of Signal: <10 µs after 1PPS output
  • Programmable phase shift: ±5ns to 500 ms with 5ns resolution
  • Maximum Number of Cards: 6
  • Ordering Information: 1204-29: HAVE QUICK Input/Output

Model 1204-29 option card rear plate

HAVE QUICK Output: Viewing Signal State

To quickly view if a HAVE QUICK Output is enabled or disabled, go to the option card’s Status Summary panel. For instructions, see: Viewing an Input/Output Signal State.

HAVE QUICK Input: Edit Window

To configure the settings of the HAVE QUICK Input (also referred to as ‘Reference’), go to its Edit window. For instructions, see: Configuring Option Card Inputs/Outputs.

The Web UI list entry for this card is: HAVE QUICK In/Out.

The input is named: HQ Input [number].

Note: SecureSync starts numbering I/O ports with 0 (only 1PPS and 10 MHz outputs start at 1, because of the built-in outputs).

 

The Edit window allows the configuration of the following settings:

  • Format: Used to configure the formatting of the four available HAVE QUICK outputs. The available output formats are as follows:
    • STANAG 4246 HQ I
    • STANAG 4246 HQ II
    • STANAG 4430 STM
    • STANAG 4430 Ext HQ
    • ICD-GPS-060A BCD
    • ICD-GPS-060A HQ
    • DOD-STD-1399 BCD
  • Timescale: Used to select the time base for the incoming time code data. The entered Timescale is used by the system to convert the time in the incoming data stream to UTC time for use by the System Time. The available choices are:
    • UTC: Coordinated Universal Time ("temps universel coordonné"), also referred to as ZULU time
    • TAI: Temps Atomique International
    • GPS: The raw GPS time as transmitted by the GNSS satellites (as of July, 2015, this is 17 seconds ahead of UTC time)
    • Offset: Provides the ability to account for HAVE QUICK cable delays or other latencies in the HAVE QUICK outputs. The Offset values are entered in nanoseconds (ns). The available Offset range is –500 to +500 ms.

HAVE QUICK Input: Status Window

To view the current settings of the HAVE QUICK Input (also referred to as ‘Reference’), go to its Status window. For instructions, see: Viewing Input/Output Configuration Settings.

The Web UI list entry for this card is: HAVE QUICK In/Out.

The input is named: HQ Input [number].

Note: SecureSync starts numbering I/O ports with 0 (only 1PPS and 10 MHz outputs start at 1, because of the built-in outputs).

The Status window displays the following settings:

  • Reference ID: Indicates the letters used in the Input Reference Priority table for this particular input reference.
  • Validity: [TIME, PPS] Indicates the validity of the Time input and the PPS input. If the input signal is valid the indicator will be green. If the signal is not valid, the indicator will be orange.
  • Format: Used to configure the formatting of the four available HAVE QUICK outputs. The available output formats are as follows:
    • STANAG 4246 HQ I
    • STANAG 4246 HQ II
    • STANAG 4430 STM
    • STANAG 4430 Ext HQ
    • ICD-GPS-060A BCD
    • ICD-GPS-060A HQ
    • DOD-STD-1399 BCD
  • Timescale: Used to select the time base for the incoming time code data. The entered Timescale is used by the system to convert the time in the incoming data stream to UTC time for use by the System Time. The available choices are:
    • UTC: Coordinated Universal Time ("temps universel coordonné"), also referred to as ZULU time
    • TAI: Temps Atomique International
    • GPS: The raw GPS time as transmitted by the GNSS satellites (as of July, 2015, this is 17 seconds ahead of UTC time).
  • Offset: Provides the ability to account for HAVE QUICK cable delays or other latencies in the HAVE QUICK outputs. The Offset values are entered in nanoseconds (ns). The available Offset range is –500 to +500 ms.
  • TFOM: The Time Figure of Merit for the input.

HAVE QUICK Output: Edit Window

To configure the settings of a HAVE QUICK Output, go to its Edit window. For instructions, see: Configuring Option Card Inputs/Outputs.

The Web UI list entry for this card is: HAVE QUICK In/Out.

Outputs are named: HQ Output [number].

Note: SecureSync starts numbering I/O ports with 0 (only 1PPS and 10 MHz outputs start at 1, because of the built-in outputs).

The Edit window allows the configuration of the following settings:

  • Signature Control: Signature Control is used to control when the HAVE QUICK modulation is present, see Signature Control.
  • Format: Used to configure the formatting of the four available HAVE QUICK outputs. The available output formats are as follows:
    • STANAG 4246 HQ I
    • STANAG 4246 HQ II
    • STANAG 4372 HQ IIA
    • STANAG 4430 Ext HQ (Extended HAVE QUICK)
    • STANAG 4430 STM (Standard Time Message)
    • ICD-GPS-060A BCD
    • ICD-GPS-060A HQ
    • DOD-STD-1399 BCD
  • Timescale: Used to select the time base for the incoming time code data. The entered Timescale is used by the system to convert the time in the incoming data stream to UTC time for use by the System Time. The available choices are:
    • UTC: Coordinated Universal Time ("temps universel coordonné"), also referred to as ZULU time
    • TAI: Temps Atomique International
    • GPS: The raw GPS time as transmitted by the GNSS satellites (as of July, 2015, this is 17 seconds ahead of UTC time).
    • A local clock set up through the Time Management Page: This option will appear under the name of the local clock you have set up. Refer to The Time Management Screen for more information on how to configure and read the System Time. Local timescale allows a Local Clock to apply a time offset for Time Zone and DST correction.

    The incoming input time information may be provided as local time, but System Time may be configured as UTC time, so internal computations need to be performed. With the Timescale field set to “Local”, select the name of a previously created Local Clock. The Time Zone and DST rules, as configured in the Local Clock will be applied to the front panel time display. Refer to for more information on Local Clocks.

  • Offset: Provides the ability to account for HAVE QUICK cable delays or other latencies in the HAVE QUICK outputs. The Offset values are entered in nanoseconds (ns). The available Offset range is –500 to +500 ms.

HAVE QUICK Output: Status Window

To view the current settings of a HAVE QUICK Output, go to its Status window. For instructions, see: Viewing Input/Output Configuration Settings.

The Web UI list entry for this card is: HAVE QUICK In/Out.

Outputs are named: HQ Output [number].

Note: SecureSync starts numbering I/O ports with 0 (only 1PPS and 10 MHz outputs start at 1, because of the built-in outputs).

The Status window displays the following settings:

  • Signature Control: Signature Control is used to control when the HAVE QUICK modulation is present, see Signature Control.
  • Format: Used to configure the formatting of the four available HAVE QUICK outputs. The available output formats are as follows:
    • STANAG 4246 HQ I
    • STANAG 4246 HQ II
    • STANAG 4372 HQ IIA
    • STANAG 4430 Ext HQ (Extended HAVE QUICK)
    • STANAG 4430 STM (Standard Time Message)
    • ICD-GPS-060A BCD
    • ICD-GPS-060A HQ
    • DOD-STD-1399 BCD
  • Timescale: Used to select the time base for the incoming time code data. The entered Timescale is used by the system to convert the time in the incoming data stream to UTC time for use by the System Time. The available choices are:
    • UTC: Coordinated Universal Time ("temps universel coordonné"), also referred to as ZULU time
    • TAI: Temps Atomique International
    • GPS: The raw GPS time as transmitted by the GNSS satellites (as of July, 2015, this is 17 seconds ahead of UTC time)
    • A local clock set up through the Time Management Page: This option will appear under the name of the local clock you have set up. Refer to The Time Management Screen for more information on how to configure and read the System Time. Local timescale allows a Local Clock to apply a time offset for Time Zone and DST correction.

The incoming input time information may be provided as local time, but System Time may be configured as UTC time, so internal computations need to be performed. With the Timescale field set to “Local”, select the name of a previously created Local Clock. The Time Zone and DST rules, as configured in the Local Clock will be applied to the front panel time display. Refer to for more information on Local Clocks.

  • Offset: Provides the ability to account for HAVE QUICK cable delays or other latencies in the HAVE QUICK outputs. The Offset values are entered in nanoseconds (ns). The available Offset range is –500 to +500 ms.