|Abstract:||CLONETS is a new, European Union funded project which aims to prepare the transition toward a permanent, pan-European, optical fiber-based network providing time and frequency comparisons and distribution at the highest performance levels for research infrastructures, as well as support to a wide range of services for industry and society. The project started in January 2017 and is scheduled for 30 months. The project consortium is formed by 19 organizations from 7 European countries. This paper provides information about the project in progress and briefly describes its results achieved during the first year.|
Proceedings of the 49th Annual Precise Time and Time Interval Systems and Applications Meeting
January 29 - 1, 2018
Hyatt Regency Reston
|Pages:||91 - 94|
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Smotlacha, Vladimir, Krehlik, Przemyslaw, Sliwczynski, Lukasz, Radil, Jan, Velc, Radek, Vojtech, Josef, Campanella, Mauro, Calonico, Davide, Clivati, Cecilia, Levi, Filippo, Cíp, Ondrej, Rerucha, Šimon, Holzwarth, Ronald, Lessing, Maurice, Saint-Jalm, Sarah, Camargo, Fabiola, Desruelle, Bruno, Lautier-Gaud, Jean, English, Elizabeth Laier, Kronjäger, Jochen, Whibberley, Peter, Müller, Tomáš, Štefl, Jirí, Šteflová, Marcela, Nogas, Pawel, Urbaniak, Robert, Binczewski, Artur, Bogacki, Wojbor, Turza, Krzysztof, Grosche, Gesine, Schnatz, Harald, Camisard, Emilie, Quintin, Nicolas, Diaz, Javier, García, Trinidad, Ros, Eduardo, Galardini, Alessandro, Seeds, Alwyn, Yang, Zhen, Amy-Klein, Anne, Bookjans, Eva, Pottie, Paul-Eric, Tuckey, Philip, "Project CLONETS," Proceedings of the 49th Annual Precise Time and Time Interval Systems and Applications Meeting, Reston, Virginia, January 2018, pp. 91-94.
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