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Nir Laufer discusses approaches for achieving resilient GNSS time at WSTS

Panel debate will explain new technologies for ensuring reliability of satellite-based network synchronization

  • Panel: Nir Laufer, senior director, product line management, Oscilloquartz, ADVA; Marc Weiss (chair), WSTS time and frequency expert consultant; Akis Drosinos, professional services engineer, Spirent; Lee Cosart, research engineer, frequency and time systems, Microchip Technology
  • Topics: Resilient GNSS time
  • When: Thursday, April 1, 1.15 p.m. ET
  • Where: Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems: three-day virtual event:

Accurate and highly resilient GNSS timing is a prerequisite across industry verticals. From IT to telecommunications, from energy to finance, the reliability of satellite-based network synchronization is crucial and the cost of interference is huge.

In this debate, Nir Laufer and the expert panel will cover traceable time and distribution, discuss evolving jamming and spoofing threats and share insights on new approaches and technologies for achieving resilient GNSS-based timing. 

Register for the online event beginning March 30.