Session P6: Present and Emerging Applications and Techniques for Time and Frequency using GNSS/RNSS/LEO and Optics

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Date: Thursday, January 27, 2022
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 5:10 p.m.
Session Chairs:
Dr. Joerg Hahn
ESA/ESTEC, Netherlands
Dr. Per Olof Hedekvist
RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden

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1. COMPASSO: In-orbit Verification of Optical Key Technologies for Future GNSS : Tobias D. Schmidt, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Communication and Navigation, Germany; Stefan Schlüter, DLR, Galileo Competence Center, Germany; Thilo Schuldt, DLR, Institute of Quantum Technologies, Germany; Martin Gohlke, DLR, Institute of Space Systems, Germany; Daniel Lüdtke, DLR, Institute of Software Technology, Germany; Matthias Dauth, DLR, Space Operations and Astronaut Training, Germany; Matthias Lezius, Menlo Systems GmbH, Germany; Christian Michaelis, Tesat-Spacecom GmbH & Co. KG, Germany; Ramon Mata Calvo, DLR, Germany; Christian Steimle, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH, Germany
2. Enhancement of On-Board GNSS Timing Integrity by Operating with Multiple Atomic Frequency Standards : Nicholas F. Quackenbush, John P. Janis, Michael R. Jones, L3Harris Technologies
3. GNSS Time Transfer Exploiting High-Gain Antennas : Esteban Garbin, Ricardo Piriz, GMV, Spain; Francisco Gonzalez, Erik Schoenemann, European Space Agency, ESA; Daniel Garcia, Prodetel; Cedric Plantaard, Florian Reckeweg, Pierre Waller, European Space Agency, ESA
4. Machine Learning-based Characterization of GPS Satellite Oscillator Anomaly : Yunxiang Liu, and Y. Jade Morton, University of Colorado Boulder
5. Galileo System Status : Jörg Hahn, European Space Agency, Netherlands
6. GNSS Timescales Monitoring and Assessment at ESA-ESTEC : G. Galluzzo, P. Waller, J. Hahn, C. Plantard, D. Ibañez, S. Circiu, ESA-ESTEC, The Netherlands. C. García, F.J. Sobrero, D. Jiménez, E. López, A. Lobit, GMV Spain.
7. National Infrastructure for Dissemination of Precise Time and Coherent Ultra-stable Optical Frequency - CITAF : Josef Vojtecha, Vladimir Smotlachaa, Ondrej Havlisa, Martin Slapaka, Lada Altmannovaa, Jan Kundrata, Sarbojeet Bhowmicka, Rudolf Vohnouta, Radek Velca, Martin Cizekb, Jan Hrabinab, Simon Reruchab, Lenka Pravdovab, Josef Lazarb, Ondrej Cipb, Alexander Kunac, Jaroslav Roztocild aCESNET z.s.p.o., Prague, Czechia; bInstitute of Scientific Instruments of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Czechia; cInstitute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, Prague, Czechia; dDepartment of Measurement, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University, Prague, Czechia
8. Preliminary Results of the GIANO Timing Receiver Development for Critical Infrastructures Applications : R. Campana, L. Marradi, M. Puccitelli, TAS-I, Italy; P. Nogas, PIKTIME; R. Prata, F. Carvalho, DEIMOS; E. Detoma, J. Nawrocki, P. Dunst, SRC PAS; R. Muscinelli, BIP; G. Signorile, T. Thai, INRIM; C. Gioia, EC/JRC, Italy; V. Catalano, EUSPA; A. Danesi, G. Vecchione, Advisor for EC
Alternate
1. Comparison of GPS Frequency-Transfer Performance between JPL’s GIPSY PPP and BIPM’s IPPP: Daphna G. Enzer and David W. Murphy, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Virtual Presentations
Pre-recorded presentations will become available for viewing by registered attendees on Wednesday, January 25.
  Compensated Fiber Optic Frequency Distribution Equipment : George Conway Bruce Nyman, Linearizer Technology
  Exploring the Technical Limits of GNSS-based Frequency Transfer : Thomas Krawinkel, Ahmed Elmaghraby, Steffen Schön, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany

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