9th Annual Time and Frequency Metrology Seminar - Inside GNSS

9th Annual Time and Frequency Metrology Seminar

The National Institute of Standards and technology (NIST) offers this comprehensive course on clocks, oscillators, atomic frequency standards, quantum information and more for those who work with time and frequency systems at all levels of experience.

The seminar will take place June 5 through 8 at the NIST laboratories in Boulder, Colorado, source of the United States’ official time.

The National Institute of Standards and technology (NIST) offers this comprehensive course on clocks, oscillators, atomic frequency standards, quantum information and more for those who work with time and frequency systems at all levels of experience.

The seminar will take place June 5 through 8 at the NIST laboratories in Boulder, Colorado, source of the United States’ official time.

Of particular interest to readers of Inside GNSS will be the section on "Using GPS as a transfer standard,"  covering:

  • GPS Time: What is it, How is it used, What is Typical Accuracy and Precision
  • Time and Frequency Transfer Using Common-view GPS for Highest Accuracy
  • Carrier-phase Common-view Time Transfer Using GPS for Highest Precision
  • Limitations of GPS Synchronization

Register online by 11:45 p.m. EST (that’s how precise they are!) on May 30.