The GPSPATRON offers a wide range of options for integration into the customer's existing systems:


This is the most comprehensive method.  You get access to real-time data, notifications of detected events, and database access to recorded events. You could also use RabbitMQ to get instant notifications.

More information can be found at GP-Cloud REST API Documentation.

GP-Probe Level 

There are three options for integration at the GP-Probе level:

  • Embedded Lua Scripting
  • SNMP Agent
  • NO/NC Relay

Embedded Lua Scripting

GP-Probe has a built-in LUA scripting language interpreter and debugger. You can create custom scripts for remote control of external equipment via RS232/485/422. A LUA script starts automatically each time the probe's status is changed. 

How to use the embedded LUA code debugger you can learn at Embedded Lua Scripting Overview.

SNMP Agent

GP-Probe hosts the SNMP agent. You can get the current and previous probe status, check the GNSS channel health, and monitor errors through the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

Lear here How to Monitor GP-Probe Over SNMP

NO/NC Relay

This is the easiest method of integrating GP Probes into your infrastructure. Every time an event is detected, the relay switches.


All time servers are equipped with a high-stable local oscillator to provide an accurate clock if PTP or GNSS signals are unavailable. Therefore, the simplest and most reliable way to protect a time server against GNSS spoofing is to disable the GNSS antenna port and switch a time server to Hold Over mode. The GP-Blocker is an RF switch with a remarkable 110 dB of RF isolation level and an embedded L-band GNSS jammer. 

The GP-Blocker is installed amid the time server and the GNSS antenna. In case GNSS spoofing is detected, GP-Blocker disconnects the GNSS antenna from the time server antenna port, the time server loses satellite signals and switches to “Hold Over” mode. This maintains high accuracy of the PPS signal under GNSS spoofing.

Learn more about GP-Blocker usage following the link