Orolia has developed a new Ruggedized mRO-50 to meet harsh environment requirements for military & aerospace applications.

Orolia is a world leader in high-end crystal, rubidium, maser, and integrated GPS/GNSS clocks, as well as related testing instrument technologies for space and ground applications that rely on high precision atomic clock technology.

Our portfolio of ground clock technologies includes high reliability rubidium and hydrogen maser clocks in either compact low SWAP OEM module or system distribution packages.

We’ve now taken the design introduced in the state-of-the-art mRO-50 rubidium oscillator and adapted it for use in harsh environments that require a ruggedized design such as military and aerospace.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss:

  • Clock Technologies
  • mRO-50 Ruggedized Specifications
  • Design
  • Performance
  • Applications

Related Resources

> Press Release

> Product Page

> Use Case: Precise Time Stamping, Inertial Navigation, and Waveform Synchronization for UAVs

> Use Case: Accurate Timing and Synchronization for Radio Transmission

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Stavros Melachroinos

Senior Product Manager, Atomic Clocks – Orolia

Stavros Melachroinos recently joined Orolia as Senior Product manager for Atomic clock solutions. Born and raised in Greece, he joined the Paris Observatory in 2003 and CNES in 2004 to complete with honors a doctorate in geodesy and GPS networks. Product expert, with several years of experience in positioning navigation & timing, he has worked several years with GNSS before joining the company.

David Garigen

Director of Engineering – Orolia Defense & Security

David Garigen joined Orolia Defense & Security as Director of Engineering in 2020. Prior to joining the company, David spent 14 years at L3 Harris RF Communications as Senior Engineering Manager, developing radio hardware and advanced waveforms for airborne applications. He also spent 8 years at YSI Inc. as Electrical Engineer, developing electronics for remotely deployed sensor instrumentation and sensor systems. David holds a MSEE from Wright State University and a BSEE from University of Dayton.