3-6 April 2017 – San Jose, CA

Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems 2017

Workshop on Synchronization and Timing Systems 2017

DoubleTree San Jose
2050 Gateway Place
San Jose, CA 95110

The 26th Annual WSTS event will address evolving sync requirements, as well as the roll-out of new sync systems and standards, and how these affect industries and equipment manufacturers.

Many industries rely on GNSS for reliable and accurate timing, and at the event Spirent will be discussing the importance of testing to ensure errors and potential vulnerabilities are minimized.

On day 3 (Thursday 6 April), Spirent's Guy Buesnel will present a paper on “Towards the Development of a Standard Test Methodology for Measuring the Resilience of GNSS Devices to Real World Threats”. Spirent will also participate in a demo to show the effectiveness of a GNSS simulator:

  • To calibrate timing error of clocks to nanoseconds (such as PRTC/GM)
  • With test scenarios for common and major GNSS events
  • Providing performance tests for GNSS impairments

Visit the event website to learn more.

Download our white paper to learn more about how GPS/GNSS interference can affect communication networks.