FCC Licensing & the Sapling Advantage

  The Federal Communications Organization is a government agency tasked with regulating communications through the mediums of radio, television, satellite, and cable. Wireless synchronized time systems transmit data through radio frequencies (RF). In order to maintain order within RF the FCC has created certain rules. For instance, certain radio frequencies are only intended for a […] Read more »

Dictionary Series – Wireless Clock Lingo: A Reference Guide

Trying to decide on a wireless clock system? If you are new to the world of synchronized timekeeping, this may not be the easiest task. Perhaps the first thing you should do is learn how to talk the talk. Learning how wireless clocks work and making necessary decisions when picking them out, however, can be […] Read more »

FCC Licensing on Sapling Wireless Clocks – Why You Don’t Need It

As society becomes increasingly efficient with cutting costs and exceptional at reducing the use of physical resources, it must also struggle with the overwhelming amount of wireless signals that are consequently being emitted all around. In virtually every developed country in the world, wireless technology with radio frequency (RF) has become a part of everyday […] Read more »