Universities, Colleges and Community Colleges
Wirelessly Synchronize Clocks Across the Entire Campus
In the 21st century, accurate clocks are more important than ever. Inaccurate clocks can have a negative impact on the overall image of the university. Students may be late for class due to inaccurate university time displays. This problem is compounded when time displays differ between buildings on campus. Older, wired clock systems can be expensive and difficult to maintain over the entire campus.
The BRG Master Transmitter first obtains accurate time from the U.S. time standard. We have a variety of methods available to obtain accurate time including, GPS (global positioning system), CDMA (cell towers) and NTP (network time protocol) time. The correct time is then transmitted over an FCC coordinated and approved frequency to all clocks throughout the facility or campus. Both digital and analog clocks are available in a wide variety of styles and models. Battery powered analog clocks are available that operate up to five years between battery changes, and do not require any wiring.
In addition to synchronized time, BRG offers a Wireless Emergency Mass Notification System that utilizes the master clock to transmit emergency announcements to wireless speakers and wireless moving message displays. To learn more about our EMN System click here and you will be redirected to the BRG Wireless Web Site.