IRIG STANDARD 200-04 PDF

This permits a year count from to Therefore, a user wanting to start with year can count to year The remaining 18 bits are for control functions. There are 7 bits for seconds, 7 for minutes, 6 for hours, 10 for days, 4 for tenths of seconds, and 9 for year information between position identifiers P5 and P6 to complete the BCD word. An index marker occurs between the decimal digits in each sub-word, except for the tenths of seconds, to provide for visual separation. The BCD time-of-year code recycles yearly.

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This permits a year count from to Therefore, a user wanting to start with year can count to year The remaining 18 bits are for control functions.

There are 7 bits for seconds, 7 for minutes, 6 for hours, 10 for days, 4 for tenths of seconds, and 9 for year information between position identifiers P5 and P6 to complete the BCD word. An index marker occurs between the decimal digits in each sub-word, except for the tenths of seconds, to provide for visual separation.

The BCD time-of-year code recycles yearly. The SBS time code recycles each hour period. An index marker occurs between the decimal digits in each sub-word to provide separation for visual resolution. An index marker occurs between the decimal digits in each sub-word for visual resolution. Binary coded Bits occur between position identifiers P0 and P5: 3 bits for tens of seconds, 7 for minutes, 6 for hours, 10 for days and 9 bits for year information between position identifiers P5 and P6 to complete the BCD word.

An index marker occurs between the decimal digits in each sub-word to provide visual resolution. Binary coded bits occur between position identifiers P0 and P6: 7 bits for seconds, 7 for minutes, 6 for hours, 10 for days, 4 for tenths of seconds, 4 for hundredths of seconds and 9 for year information between position identifiers P6 and P7 to complete the BCD word.

An index marker occurs between the decimal digits in each sub-word except fractional seconds to provide for visual resolution. An index marker occurs between decimal digits in each sub-word to provide separation for visual resolution. The time code recycles yearly.

The leading edge of Pr is the on-time reference point for the succeeding time code words. Position identifiers, P0 and P1 through P9, 0. The binary zero and index markers have duration of 0. The 1 k pps leading edge is the on-time reference point for all bits. The time-of-year sub-word bits occur between position identifiers P0 and P5: 7 bits for seconds, 7 for minutes, 6 for hours, 10 for days, 4 for tenths of seconds. Nine bits for year information occur between position identifiers P5 and P6 to complete the BCD time code word.

An index marker occurs between the decimal digits in each sub-word, except tenths of seconds, to provide separation for visual resolution. The LSB occurs first except for the fractional seconds sub-word that follows the day-of-year sub-word. Any control function bit or combination of bits can be programmed to read a binary one or a binary zero during any specified number of frames.

Each control bit position is identified in Table Seventeen bits give time-of-day in seconds with the LSB occurring first. A position identifier occurs between the 9th and 10th binary seconds. The code recycles each hour period. Table Identifies the control functions for 27 bits. Table Identifies the parameters that characterize the time code for Format A.

Format A: BCD time-of-year in days, hours, minutes, seconds, fractions of seconds and year, and straight binary seconds-of-day and control bits.

TABLE Digit Wt Digit No.

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Optionally this binary data stream can be modulated onto a sine wave carrier of a particular frequency. The image below shows both types of signal, the unmodulated signal in the upper area, and the modulated signal in the lower area: Since the logic levels of the raw data stream are often represented by DC voltage levels, the unmodulated code frames are also called DC Level Shift signals, or DCLS signals. Due to its nature as digital signals the DCLS time codes have well-defined slopes. Also, the propagation delays of digital line drivers and receivers are usually pretty constant, so it is easy to generate an accurate trigger signal from a DCLS slope and thus yield a high accuracy from a received DCLS time code.

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Codes D and H remain unchanged. All U. Government ranges and facilities should adhere to this standard where serial time codes are generated for correlation of data with time. A-1 Leap Second Convention Figure Typical modulated carrier signal.

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