The Fury GPSDO presents unprecedented frequency accuracy by combining the highest GPS timing performance with the very latest in OCXO technology in one low-cost module. Fury is useful as a very high performance, low Phase Noise, low ADEV noise, and very high holdover performance reference. Fury works exceptionally well to provide 1PPS, various 10MHz, and NMEA output in laboratory conditions, and the DOCXO variant provides exceptional holdover drift capability in GNSS-denied environments or for extended periods without GNSS signals.
Fury Firmware Revision 1.23 has been released to address an issue in holdover with the Super Fury GNSS module. Please download the firmware file linked below, and review the updated user manual on how to update your Fury firmware. This issue does not affect units with original Motorola M12M receiver module, it only affects the Super Fury.
For 2019 the Fury GNSS receiver has been upgraded with the JLT M12M Replacement Receiver to become the Super Fury GPSDO which offers GPS/Glonass/Galileo/BeiDou/SBAS and QZSS tracking (3-concurrent constellations) with internal USB configuration and monitoring support, 72 channels and down to -167dBm tracking capability, significantly enhancing the Fury performance while at the same time significantly reducing the time-to-first-fix (TTFF) and enhancing userability. Please refer to the JLT M12M Replacement Receiver product-page for further details.
Fury OCXO options
The Fury can be ordered with 2 different options depending on the stability/cost requirements :
Single OCXO, for a very effective cost/performance ratio.
Double OCXO, for higher stability and better holdover performance.