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2014 NIST Time and Frequency Seminar
June 3 - June 6
The Time and Frequency Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology is offering a course on understanding clocks, oscillators, atomic frequency standards, RF and optical synchronization, optical oscillators, quantum information, optical cooling and heating; making precise frequency, time, phase-noise, and jitter measurements; and establishing measurement accuracy and traceability. This four-day course is the most comprehensive available.
The course will be held June 3-6, 2014, at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colorado.
The 2014 seminar will include lectures in direct-digital PM noise measurements, how to specify frequency uncertainty, oscillator needs for new radars and surveillance systems, GPS vs. other global navigation satellite systems, photonic (laser-based) oscillators, chip-scale atomic clocks, femtosecond laser dividers, active PM-noise reduction techniques in oscillators, millimeter-wave applications and noise measurements, and ultra-low noise amplifier design techniques.
Learn more at the seminar website.