TAG: timing

Drawing of the DSAC mercury-ion trap showing the traps and the titanium vacuum tube that confine the ions. The quadrupole trap is where the hyper-fine transition is optically measured and the multipole trap is where the ions are “interrogated” by a microwave signal via a waveguide from the quartz oscillator. (Image: NASA.)

Mercury-ion atomic clock holds promise for greater GPS accuracy

June 10, 2019

Photo: Orolia

Orolia SecureSync to synchronize FAA’s enroute radar systems

May 6, 2019

Logo: Qulsar

Qulsar software enables timing in GPS-challenged areas

May 1, 2019

Image: Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration

Orolia technology synchronizes black hole photo telescopes

April 15, 2019

Photo: andrey_l/Shutterstock.com

GPS Directorate to test legacy receivers in February

January 28, 2019

Framing the Problem. Photo: National Institute of Standards and Technology

Prepare today for timing disruptions tomorrow

November 13, 2018

Satellite selection algorithm. (Image: NTT/Furuno)

New GPS receiver uses multipath for better time synchronization

November 1, 2018

Teledyne e2v

Teledyne helps build new generation of atomic clocks

October 30, 2018