13-16 June 2016

WSTS 2016

DoubleTree by Hilton
2050 Gateway Place
San Jose
California

Time and frequency synchronization are critical enablers of next generation communications systems as well as the Internet of Things. This NIST-ATIS workshop highlights both developing sync requirements and deployment strategies for new sync systems and standards.

At the event, Spirent will be presenting a joint paper with Calnex on “The Vulnerability of GNSS Timing Receivers to Spoofing Attacks” and will participate in a demo on solutions to Test Vulnerabilities of GNSS Timing Receivers in Network Clocks.

Visit the event website for more information. You may also be interested in our white paper, Microseconds from Disaster. It explains how GPS interference can affect communications networks, and what you can do about it. Download it here.