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  • 2012 European Frequency andTime Forum

    (EFTF 2012)

    Gothenburg, Sweden23 - 27 April 2012

    4 IEEE IEEE Catalog Number: CFP1219S-PRTISBN: 978-1-4673-1924-9

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    WELCOME xlii

    COMMITTEES xliii

    PLENARY SESSIONS Ixv

    2012 EFTF AWARDS xlvi

    STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION xlvii

    TUTORIALS xlix

    STUDENT AWARD SPONSORS Iv

    TECHNICAL TOURS Ivii

    EXHIBITION Iviii

    PARALLEL ORAL SESSION SCHEDULE Ixiii

    ATTENDEE LIST 559

    Not all presented papers have been submitted as full papers in Proceedings. Links to those

    submitted are given below, and also in the Session Schedule, and in the Attendee List.

    Tuesday, April 24 09:00 -10:40

    Session: Cryogenic Sources & Fine Tuning Synthesisers

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Jeremy Everard, University of York

    INVITED: High Q-Factor Cryogenic Resonators and Applications 1

    Michael lobar, The University of Western Australia

    Ultra-Stable Low-Phase-Noise 11.2 GHz Signal Measured by Comparing Two

    cryocooled Sapphire Microwave Oscillators

    John Hartnett, University of Western Australia

    Nitin Nand, University of Western Australia

    Chuan Lu, University ofScience and Technology of China

    Cryogenic Quartz Frequency Sources: Problems and Perspectives 8

    Maxim Goryachev, FEMTO-ST

    Philippe Abbe, FEMTO-ST

    Serge Galliou, FEMTO-ST

    ii

  • Charactherization of an Auxiliary Offset Generator for Steering of H-Masers

    Daniele Rovera, LNE-SYRTE/ OP CNRS UPMC

    Michel Abgrall, LNE-SYRTE/OP CNRS UPMC

    Marco Siccardi, SKK electronics

    14

    Tuesday, April 24 09:00 -10:40

    Session: Primary Frequency Standards

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Sebastian Bize, SYRTE

    INVITED: Fountain Clock Accuracy. 16

    Kurt Gibble, The Pennsylvania State University

    Investigation of Rapid Adiabatic Passage in the Fountain PTB-CSF2

    Vladislav Gerginov, PTB

    Michael Kazda, PTB

    Nils Nemitz, PTB

    Stefan Weyers, PTB

    Improved Tests of the Stability of Fundamental Constants

    Using the SYRTE-F02 Rb/Cs Dual Fountain

    Jocelyne Guena, SYRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Michel Abgrall, SYRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Philippe Laurent, SYRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Daniele Rovera, SYRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Peter Rosenbusch, SYRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Michael Tobar, University of Western Australia

    Andre Clairon, SYRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Sebastien Bize, SYRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Tuesday, April 24 11:10 -12:50

    Session: Lattice Clocks

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Ekkehard Peik, PTB

    INVITED: Prospects for Frequency Comparison of Optical

    Lattice Clocks Toward 10-18 Fractional Uncertainties

    Hidetoshi Katori, University of Tokyo

    iii

  • Comparison of Two Strontium Optical Lattice Clocks in Agreement at the 10-16 Level 19

    Rodolphe Le Targat, LNE-SYRTE

    Luca Lorini, INRIM

    Mikhail Gurov, LNE-SYRTE

    Michal Zawada, Nicolaus Copernicus University

    Rafal Gartman, Nicolaus Copernicus University

    Pierre Lemonde, LNE-SYRTE

    Jerome Lodewyck, LNE-SYRTE

    Blackbody Radiation Shift Correction of an Optical Lattice

    Clock from dc Stark Shift Measurements

    Thomas Middelmann, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Stephan Falke, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Fritz Riehle, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Uwe Sterr, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Christian Lisdat, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Reaching the 10-15 Accuracy Range with a Hg Optical Lattice Clock 23

    John J. McFerran, SYRTE

    Lin Yi, SYRTE

    Sinda Mejri, SYRTE

    Sylvain Di Manno, SYRTE

    Wei Zhang, SYRTE

    Jocelyne Guena, SYRTE

    Yann Le Coq, SYRTE

    Sebastien Bize, SYRTE

    Tuesday, April 24

    Session: Time Scales & Time Transfer

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Laurent Guy Bernier, METAS

    UTCr: a Rapid Realization of UTC

    Felicitas Arias, BIPM

    Aurelie Harmegnies, BIPM

    Zhiheng Jiang, BIPM

    Hawai Konate, BIPM

    Wlodzimierz Lewandowski, BIPM

    Gianna Panfilo, BIPM

    Gerard Petit, BIPM

    Laurent Tisserand, BIPM

    11:10 -12:50

    .24

    Strategies for Steering UTC(NPL) Using the Caesium Fountain Primary Frequency Standard

    Peter Whibberley, NPL

    KrzysztofSzymaniec, NPL

    iv

  • Time and Frequency Transfer with a Microwave Link in the Aces/PHARAO Mission

    Pacome Delva, SYRTE/UPMC/Observatoire de Paris

    Christophe Le Poncin-Lafitte, SYRTE/Observatoire de Paris

    Philippe Laurent, SYRTE/Observatoire de Paris

    Frederic Meynadier, SYRTE/UPMC/Observatoire de Paris

    Peter Wolf, SYRTE/Observatoire de Paris

    Ground to Ground Time Transfer by Laser LinkT2L2

    Etienne Samain, oca

    Pierre Exertier, oca

    Philippe Guillemot, CNESClement Courde, oca

    Myrtille Laas-Bourez, oca

    Sylvie Leon, CNES

    Jean Louis Oneto, oca

    Francis Pierron, oca

    Jean Marie Torre, oca

    Tuesday, April 24

    Poster Session: Materials, Resonators, & Resonator Circuits

    Room: Poster Area

    A Thin-Film Inter-Mode Coupled Microacoustic Resonator

    Lilia Arapan, Uppsala UniversityVentsislav Yantchev, Uppsala University

    Analysis of the Motional Capacitance of the Electrical Equivalent

    Circuit of Quartz-Crystal Tuning Fork Using L-Shaped Bar Model with

    Torsion Spring and in Consideration of Electric Field Distribution

    Takahiro Ishikawa, Shinshu UniversityHideaki Itoh, Shinshu University

    Modelling of BVA Resonator for Collective Fabrication

    Alexandre Clairet, RAKON FRANCE

    Thierry Laroche, FEMTO-ST

    Laurent Couteleau, RAKON FRANCE

    Jean-Jacques Boy, ENSMM/FEMTO-ST

    Growth of Li2B407 Films on LiNb03 and LiTa03 Substrates

    Takahiko Uno, Kanagawa Institute of Technology

    Seiji Mutoh, Kanagawa Institute of Technology

    Collective Fabrication of BAW Resonators on 3 and 4" Quartz Wafers

    ArturZarzycki, ENSMM

    Xavier Vacheret, ENSMM

    Olivier Bel, RAKON France

    Jean-Jacques Boy, ENSMM

  • Properties of Sapphire Crystals Elaborated with Different

    Grow Technics for Microwave Ultra-Stable Oscillator Applications 62

    Vincent Giordano, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Serge Grop, ULIS5-ST

    Mohamad Mrad, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Pierre-Yves Bourgeois, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Yann Kersale, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Benoft Dubois, ULISS-ST

    Quartz Resonators for the Independent Two-Mode Excitation

    Aleksandr Lepetaev, OmSTU

    Using Quartz Resonators for Maximizing Wake-Up Range in Wireless Wake-Up Receivern 66

    Gerd Ulrich Gamm, IMTEK

    Tolgay Ungan, IMTEK

    Leonhard M. Reindl, IMTEK

    Tuesday, April 24 14:00 -15:40

    Poster Session: Microwave Frequency Standards I

    Room: Poster Area

    Recently Result on Passive Hydrogen Maser of SHAO by Single Frequency Modulation 69

    Tiexin Liu, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Wen Xu, Graduate University, CAS

    Wenxing Chen, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Jiayu Dai, ShanghaiAstronomical Observatory

    Yong Zhang, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    YonghuiXie, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Chuanfu Lin, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Laser Induced Line Narrowing of Coherent Population Trapping

    Resonances in Cs Vacuum Cells for Compact Atomic Clocks

    Olga Kozlova, LNE-SYRTE-Observatoire de Paris

    Andrey Litvinov, SPbSPU

    Georgy Kazakov, Institute ofAtomic and Subatomic Physics TU Wien

    Rodolphe Baudot, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Stephane Guerandel, LNE-SYRTE-Observatoire de Paris

    Emeric De Clercq, LNE-SYRTE-Observatoire de Paris

    Orientation Light Shift Suppression in Alkali Atoms

    Microwave Standards with Laser Pumping 72

    Alexey Baranov, St-Petersburg State Polytechnical University

    Sergey Ermak, St-Petersburg State Polytechnical UniversityVladimir Semenov, St-Petersburg State Polytechnical University

    vi

  • Coherent Population Trapping Resonance in Atomic Vapors: 133Cs in Coated Cell

    Igor Sokolov, Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnical University

    Andrey Litvinov, Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnical University

    Konstantin Barantsev, Saint-Petersburg State Polytechnical UniversityGeorgiy Kazakov, Vienna Univ. of Technology

    Cell-Related Effects in the Pop Frequency Standard

    Salvatore Micalizio, INRIM

    Claudio Calosso, INRIM

    Aldo Godone, INRIM

    Filippo Levi, INRIM

    Characterization of a Compact Cs CPT Clock Based on a Cs-Ne Microcell

    Rodolphe Boudot, FEMTO-ST

    Eric Kroemer, FEMTO-ST

    Philippe Abbe, FEMTO-ST

    Nicolas Passilly, FEMTO-ST

    Serge Galliou, FEMTO-ST

    Ravinder Chutani, FEMTO-ST

    Vincent Giordano, FEMTO-ST

    Christophe Gorecki, FEMTO-ST

    Ahmed Al-Samaneh, Ulm University

    Atomic Fountain Clock with (l,l,l)-Geometry Developing at KRISS

    Sang Eon Park, KRISS

    LongZhe Li, KRISS

    Sang-Bum Lee, KRISS

    Dai-Hyuk Yu, KRISS

    Chang Yong Park, KRISS

    Won-Kyu Lee, KRISS

    Taeg Yong Kwon, KRISS

    Recent Progress on Cryogenic Maser Oscillator

    Mohamad Mrad, FEMTO-ST

    Karim Benmessai, UWA

    Serge Grop, ULISS-FEMTO-ST

    Michael Edmund Tobar, UWA

    Yann Kersale, FEMTO-ST

    Vincent Giordano, ULISS-FEMTO-ST

    Pierre-Yves Bourgeois, FEMTO-ST

    Wall-Coated Cells for Rb Atomic Clocks: Study of the Ripening

    Process by Double-Resonance Spectroscopy

    Matthieu Pellaton, University of Neuchatel (UniNe)

    Rahel Straessle, Ecole Polytechnique Federate de Lausanne (EPFL)

    Christoph Affolderbach, University of Neuchatel (UniNe)Danick Briand, Ecole Polytechnique Federate de Lausanne (EPFL)Nicolaas de Root], Ecole Polytechnique Federate de Lausanne (EPFL)Gaetano Mileti, University ofNeuchatel (UniNe)

    vii

  • Cesium Fountains MCR-F1 and MCR-F2 of VNIIFTRI

    Viacheslav Baryshev, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Yury Domnin, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Alexandre Boyko, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Georgiy Elkin, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Leonid Kopylov, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Dmitriy Kupalov, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Alexey Novoselov, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Multifactorial Optimization of the Coherent Population

    Trapping Resonance for Buffered Rubidium Frequency Standard

    Konstantin Barantsev, Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical UniversityVadim Zholnerov, Russian Institute of Radionavigation and Time

    Andrey Litvinov, Saint Petersburg State Polytechnical University

    Georgiy Kazakov, Vienna Univ. of Technology

    Recent Progress on the Pulsed CPT Cs Clock at SYRTE

    Olga Kozlova, Observatoire de Paris

    Jean-Marie Danet, Observatoire de Paris

    Stephane Guerandel, Observatoire de Paris

    Emeric de Clercq, Observatoire de Paris

    Development of NPL Rb Fountain Frequency Standard

    Yuri Ovchinnikov, NPL

    Coherence and Population Lifetime Measurement in Cs Clocks

    Jean-Marie Danet LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, UPMC, CNRS UMR 8630

    Olga Kozlova, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, UPMC, CNRS UMR 8630

    Stephane Guerandel, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, UPMC, CNRS UMR 8630

    Emeric Declercq, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, UPMC, CNRS UMR 8630

    Study of Phase Gradients in the Swiss Continuous Atomic

    Fountain Frequency Standard FOCS-2

    Laurent Devenoges, LTF, Universite de Neuchatel

    Andre Stefanov, METAS

    Alain Joyet, LTF, Universite de Neuchatel

    Pierre Thomann, LTF, Universite de Neuchatel

    Gianni Di Domenico, LTF, Universite de Neuchatel

    Towards First Active Clock Based on Mode-Locked Ingan

    VECSEL with Rubidium Vapor Cell Saturable Absorber

    XiZeng, CSEM

    Dmitri Boiko, CSEM

    viii

  • Tuesday, April 24 14:00 -15:40

    Poster Session: Timekeeping, Time & Frequency Transfer, GNSS & Applications I

    Room: Poster Area

    The Error Model of Two Way Satellite Time Transfer for a Low-Rate Dynamic Object. 109

    Xuejun Chen, China Satellite Maritime Tracking and control Department

    Zongwen Wu, China Satellite Maritime Tracking and control DepartmentWenhua Zhao, China Satellite Maritime Tracking and control Department

    Experiment Research of Europe-Asia TWSTFT Link. 113

    Zhiqiang Yang, National Institute ofMetrologyAimin Zhang, National Institute ofMetrology

    Yuan Gao, National Institute ofMetrologyKun Liang, National Institute of Metrology

    Xiaoxun Gao, National Institute of Metrology

    Algorithm Analysis of Autonomous Navigation of

    Spacecraft Based on the X-Ray Pulsars

    Chongxia Zhong, Beijing Institute ofRadio Metrology and Measurement

    Shengkang Zhang, Beijing Institute of Radio Metrology and Measurement

    Hongbo Wang, Beijing Institute of Radio Metrology and Measurement

    Short-Term Stability of GNSS on-Board Clocks Using the Polynomial Method 117

    Jerome Delporte, CNES

    Cyrille Boulanger, CNES

    Flavien Mercier, CNES

    Research on the Uncertainty Evaluation of Network Time Service System 122

    Kejia Zhao, National Institute of MetrologyAimin Zhang, National Institute of Metrology

    Inter-Comparison of the UTC Time Transfer Links 126

    Zhiheng Jiang, Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM)

    Wlodzimierz Lewandowski, Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM)

    Joint Fiber Optic Time and Frequency Transfer with electronic

    Stabilization of the Propagation Delay

    Przemyslaw Krehlik, AGH University ofScience and Technology

    Lukasz, Sliwczynski, AGH University ofScience and TechnologyLukasz Buczek, AGH University of Science and Technology

    Marcin Lipinski, AGH University ofScience and Technology

    Jacek Kolodziej, AGH University ofScience and Technology

    INRIM Tool for Satellite Clock Characterization in GNSS 133

    Alice Cernigliaro, INRIM

    llaria Sesia, INRIM

    ix

  • SIDGET: Experimental Results of the First Composite Clock Prototype 136

    Olivier Pajot, UTINAM, Observatory THETA, University ofFranche-Comte/CNRS

    Francois Vernotte, UTINAM, Observatory THETA, University of Franche-Comte/CNRS

    Environment Effect on Two Way Satellite Time and Frequency Transfer 140

    Hong Zhang, National Time Service Center

    Huanxin Li, National Time Service Center

    Progress at the State Time and Frequency Standard of Russia 144

    Nikolay Koshelyaevskiy, vniiftri

    Igor Blinov, vniiftri

    Ongoing Renewal of the Rob PTF 148

    Wim Aerts, ROB

    Pascale Defraigne, ROB

    Development of a Kalman Filter Based GPS Satellite Clock Offset Prediction Algorithm 152

    John Davis, National Physical LaboratorySantosh Bhattarai, University College London

    Marek Ziebart, University College London

    Time Transfer on Optical Fiber Development at INRIM

    Cecilia Clivati, Politecnico di Torino, INRIM

    Davide Calonico, INRIM

    Claudio E. Calosso, INRIM

    GiovanniA. Costanzo, Politecnico di Torino

    Filippo Levi, INRIM

    Alberto Mura, INRIM

    Aldo Godone, INRIM

    Improved GPS Receiver Clock Modeling for Kinematic Orbit

    Determination of the Grace Satellites 157

    Ulrich Weinbach, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Steffen Schon, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Improvement Study ofthe ALGOS Algorithm

    Bian Li, NTSC

    Lili Qu, NTSC

    Yuping Gao, NTSC

    Picosecond Instrumentation for New Ultra-Stable Time and Frequency Projects

    Etienne Samain, OCA

    Patricia Fridelance, Phusipus Integration

    Philippe Guillemot, CNES

    X

  • Measuring the Relative Synchronization Error of Remote

    Frequency Counters on the Sub-ms Level via a Phase-Stabilized Fiber Link 161

    Sebastian Raupach, PTB

    Stefan Droste, MPQ

    Harald Schnatz, PTB

    Gesine Grosche, PTB

    An Integrity Monitoring Algorithm for Satellite Clock Based on Test Statistics

    Xinming Huang, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. of Defense Technology

    Xiangwei Zhu, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. ofDefense Technology

    Hang Gong, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. ofDefense Technology

    Wenke Yang, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. of Defense Technology

    Gang Ou, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. ofDefense Technology

    VLBI Frequency Transfer Using CONT11 163

    Carsten Rieck, SP

    Rudiger Haas, CTH/OSO

    PerJarlemark, SP

    Kenneth Jaldehag, SP

    From a French Towards a European Metrological Fiber

    Network for Accurate Frequency and Time Comparison and Dissemination

    Christian Chardonnet, LPL-CNRS-Universite Paris 13

    Anne Amy-Klein, LPL-CNRS-Universite Paris 13

    Olivier Lopez, LPL-CNRS-Universite Paris 13

    Giorgio Santarelli, LNE-SYRTE

    Deterministic and Stochastic Receiver Clock Modeling in Precise Point Positioning

    Etienne Orliac, Astronomical Institute of University ofBern

    RolfDach, Astronomical Institute of University ofBern

    Kan Wang, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich

    Markus Rothacher, Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, Swiss Federal Institute of

    TechnologyZurich

    Dominik Voithenleitner, InstitutfurAstronomische und Physikalische Geodasie,

    Technische Universitat Munchen

    Urs Hugentobler, Institut fur Astronomische und Physikalische Geodasie,

    Technische Universitat Miinchen

    Markus Heinze, InstitutfurAstronomische und Physikalische Geodasie,

    Technische Universitat Munchen

    Drazen Svehla, European Space Operations Centre, European Space Agency

    xi

  • Tuesday, April 24 14:00 -15:40

    Poster Session: Optical Frequency Standards & Applications I

    Room: Poster Area

    Reducing Thermal Noise in Ultra-Stable Optical Resonators

    SanaAmairi, QUEST, PTB

    Jannes Wuebbena, QUEST, PTB

    OlafMandel, QUEST, PTB

    Piet Schmidt, Quest,PTB

    Absolute Frequency Measurement of ISO (F = 1/2) - 3P0 (F = 1/2)

    Transition of 171Yb in One-Dimensional Optical Lattice at KRISS

    Dai-Hyuk Yu, KRISS

    Chang Yong Park, KRISS

    Won-Kyu Lee, KRISS

    Sang Eon Park, KRISS

    Taeg Yong Kwon, KRISS

    Sang-Bum Lee, KRISS

    Jongchul Mun, KRISS

    Towards an Optical Clock on the Isomer Transition in 229Th Nucleus

    Georgy Kazakov, Vienna University of Technology

    Matthias Schreitl, Vienna University of TechnologyWinkler Georg, Vienna University of Technology

    Schumm Thorsten, Vienna University of TechnologyLitvinov Andrey, St. Petersburg State Polytechnic UniversityRomanenko Viktor, Institute of Physics, Nat. Acad. Sci. of Ukraine

    Romanenko Aleksander, Kyiv National Taras Shevchenko UniversityYatsenko Leonid, Institute ofPhysics, Nat. Acad. Sci. of Ukraine

    Room-Temperature Ultraviolet Extended Cavity Diode Laser for

    Laser Cooling of 171Yb+

    Steven King, National Physical Laboratory

    Rachel Godun, National Physical LaboratoryPatrick Gill, National Physical Laboratory

    Absolute Frequencies of 133Cs 6S1/2-8S1/2 Two-Photon

    Transition Stabilized Diode Lasers 166

    Chien-Ming Wu, Department of Physics, National Central University

    Tze-Wei Liu, Department ofPhysics, National Central UniversityYou-Huan Chen, Department ofPhysics, National Central UniversityShinn-Yan Lin, Telecommunication Laboratories, Chunghwa Telecom

    Wang-Yau Cheng, Department of Physics, National Central University

    xii

  • Micro-Integrated, High Power, Narrow Linewidth Laser System

    for Rb Precision Quantum Optics Experiments in Space

    Anja Kohfeldt, Ferdinand-Braun-lnstitut, Leibniz-lnstitutfiir Hochstfrequenztechnik

    Max Schiemangk, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

    Stefan Spiejiberger, Ferdinand-Braun-lnstitut, Leibniz-lnstitutfiir Hochstfrequenztechnik

    Andreas Wicht, Ferdinand-Braun-lnstitut, Leibniz-lnstitutfur Hochstfrequenztechnik

    Achim Peters, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

    Gbtz Erbert, Ferdinand-Braun-lnstitut, Leibniz-lnstitutfur Hochstfrequenztechnik

    Gunther Trankle, Ferdinand-Braun-lnstitut, Leibniz-lnstitutfur Hochstfrequenztechnik

    Cooling Optimisation in Quantum Logic Clocks

    Jannes Wubbena, PTB / Leibniz Universitdt Hannover

    Sana Amairi, PTB / Leibniz Universitdt Hannover

    Olaf Mandel, PTB/ Leibniz Universitdt Hannover

    Piet Schmidt, PTB/ Leibniz Universitdt Hannover

    Characterization of a Planar-Waveguide External Cavity Laser for

    High Resolution Optical Link

    Cecilia Clivati, Politecnico di Torino, INRIM

    Davide Calonico, INRIM

    Claudio E. Calosso, INRIM

    GiovanniA. Costanzo, Politecnico di Torino

    Filippo Levi, INRIM

    Alberto Mura, INRIM

    Aldo Godone, INRIM

    Active Disturbance Rejection Control: Application to the

    Temperature Stabilization of Ultra-Stable Cavities

    Marco Pizzocaro, Politecnico di Torino

    Davide Calonico, INRIM

    Claudio Calosso, INRIM

    Cecilia Clivati, Politecnico di Torino

    Giovanni Costanzo, Politecnico di Torino

    Filippo Levi, INRIM

    Alberto Mura, INRIM

    Reference Cavity and Zeeman Slower for a Transportable Optical Lattice Clock

    Stefan Vogt, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)Sebastian Hdfner, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Stephan Falke, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Uwe Sterr, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Christian Lisdat, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB)

    Active Suppression of Thermal Noise in Optical Cavities

    Philip Westergaard, Niels Bohr Institute

    Jan Thomsen, Niels Bohr Institute

    xiii

  • Compact Hz-Level Line-Width Laser System 174

    Erwin Portuondo-Campa, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM SA)

    Stefan Kundermann, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM SA)Steve Lecomte, Centre Suisse d'Electronique et de Microtechnique (CSEM SA)

    Mass-Ratio Sensitivity of rovibrational Transitions

    Florin Lucian Constantin, CNRS

    The Hg Optical Lattice Clock at LNE-SYRTE

    Rinat Tyumenev, SYRTE

    Zhen Xu, SYRTE

    Lin Yi, SYRTE

    Sinda Mejri, SYRTE

    John J. McFerran, SYRTE

    Sebastien Bize, SYRTE

    178

    Design of an Optical Reference Cavity with Flexible Thermal Expansion Tuning Properties 182

    Yingxing Luo, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

    lie Zhang, Huazhong University ofScience and Technology

    Zehuang lu, Huazhong University ofScience and Technology

    Narrow Linewidth 698 nm ECDL for Detecting the Clock Transition of Strontium Atoms

    Ye Li, National Institute ofMetrology

    Yige Lin, National Institute of MetrologyShaokai Wang, National Institute of Metrology

    Jianping Cao, National Institute of MetrologyTianchu Li, National Institute of MetrologyZhanjun Fang, National Institute of Metrology

    Erjun Zang, National Institute of Metrology

    A Sub-40 mHz Linewidth Laser Based on a Silicon Single-Crystal Optical Cavity

    Christian Hagemann, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Thomas Kessler, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Thomas Legem, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Christian Grebing, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Uwe Sterr, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Fritz Riehle, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Michael J. Martin, JILA, National Institute ofStandards and Technology and University of Colorado

    Lisheng Chen, JILA, National Institute ofStandards and Technology and University of Colorado

    Jun Ye, JILA, National Institute ofStandards and Technology and University of Colorado

    Tuesday, April 24 14:00 -15:40

    Poster Session: Sensors & Transducers

    Room: Poster Area

    Mixed Orthogonal Frequency Coded SAW RFID Tags

    Mark Gallagher, University of Central Florida

    Donald Malocha, University of Central Florida

    xiv

  • Simulation of Finite Acoustic Resonators from Finite Element

    Analysis Based on Mixed Boundary Element Method/Perfectly Matched Layer 186

    Thierry Laroche, FEMTO-ST

    Sylvain Ballandras, FEMTO-ST

    William Daniau, FEMTO-ST

    Julien Garcia, FEMTO-ST

    Karim Dbich, FEMTO-ST

    Markus Mayer, TDK

    Karl Wagner, TDK

    Xavier Perois, TDK

    Loosely Coupled wieless Sensing of Measuring Open Loop Micro Coils 192

    Adrian Yousaf, Institute of Microsystems Engineering IMTEK

    Tuesday, April 24 16:10 -17:50

    Session: Sensor Development & Design

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Bernard Dulmet, ENSMM

    INVITED: Phononic Crystal Sensors 196

    Ralf Lucklum, Otto-von-Guericke-University

    Tilted C-Axis Thin-Film Bulk Wave Resonant Pressure Sensors with Improved Sensitivity

    Emit Anderas, Uppsala UniversityUna Liljeholm, Uppsala University

    Ilia Katardjiev, Uppsala UniversityVentsislav Yantchev, Uppsala University

    An Optimal 2D and 3D Modelling of Finite SAW and BAW

    Devices Based on Perfectly Matched Layer Method 200

    Karim Dbich, TDK-EPC

    Thierry Laroche, CNRSXavier Perois, TDK-EPC

    Markus Mayer, TDK-EPC

    Karl Wagner, TDK-EPC

    William Daniau, CNRS

    Sylvain Ballandras, CNRS

    Temperature Insensitive Displacement Transducer Based on a

    Dual Mode Microwave Sapphire Resonator

    Fabio Stefani, Dipartimento di Fisica - Universita di Pisa

    Jacopo Belfi, Dipartimento di Fisica - Universita di Pisa

    Nicold Beverini, Dipartimento di Fisica - Universita di Pisa

    Alessio Pennatini, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell'lnformazione - Universita di Pisa

    XV

  • Tuesday, April 24 16:10 -17:50

    Session: Frequency and Time Transfer by Optical Fibers I

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Harald Schnatz, PTB

    Real-Time Phase Stable One-Way Frequency Transfer Over Optical Fiber 206

    Per Olof Hedekvist, SP Technical Research Institute ofSweden

    Sven-Christian Ebenhag, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden

    Microwave Frequency Transfer with Optical Stabilisation 211

    Sascha Schediwy, University of Western Australia

    Andre Luiten, University of Western Australia

    Guido Aben, AARNet

    Kenneth Baldwin, Australian National UniversityYabai He, Macquarie University

    Brian Orr, Macquarie UniversityBruce Warrington, National Measurement Institute

    One-Way Two-Color Fiber Link for Frequency Transfer

    James Hanssen, U.S. Naval Observatory

    Scott Crane, U.S. Naval Observatory

    Christopher Ekstrom, U.S. Naval Observatory

    Calibrated Time Transfer Through a 73 km Optical Fiber Link

    by Means of Spread Spectrum Signals

    Michael Rost, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Dirk Piester, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Wenke Yang, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Thorsten Feldmann, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Temmo Wubbena, Institutfur QuantenoptikAndreas Bauch, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Time and Frequency Fiber Optic Link Between AOS and Gum. Calibration and First Results

    Jerzy Nawrocki, Space Research Centre

    Pawel Nogas, Space Research Centre

    Pawel Lejba, Space Research Centre

    Dariusz Lemanski, Space Research Centre

    Marcin Lipinski, AGH University ofScience and Technology

    Przemyslaw Krehlik, AGH University ofScience and TechnologyLukasz Sliwczynski, AGH University ofScience and TechnologyLukasz Buczek, AGH University ofScience and TechnologyAlbin Czubla, Central Office of Measures

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  • Wednesday, April 25 09:00 -10:40

    Session: PLENARY

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Patrick Gill, NPL

    Listening to the Universe: Gravitational Wave Detection on

    the Ground and in Space

    Karsten Danzmann, Max Planck Institutefor Gravitational Physics, (Albert-Einstein-lnstitut)and Institute for Gravitational Physics, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Onsala Space Observatory: Overview of its activities

    Hans Olofsson, Onsala Space Observatory, Swedish National Facility for Radio-astronomy at

    Chalmers University of Technology

    Wednesday, April 25 11:10 -12:50

    Session: Resonator Design & Characterisation

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Mike Underhill, Underhill Research Ltd

    INVITED: The Fairy World of Quartz MEMS 214

    Olivier Le Traon, ONERA -The French Aerospace Lab

    New Electrostatically-Excited Single Crystal Silicon Resonator

    Vibrating in a Thickness-Extensional Mode 221

    Mihaela Ivan, FEMTO-ST

    Bernard Dulmet, FEMTO-ST

    Gilles Martin, FEMTO-ST

    Sylvain Ballandras, FEMTO-ST

    Theory and Design of Intrinsic Zero-Group Velocity Thin Film Resonators

    Lilia Arapan, Uppsala University

    Ivan Ivanov, Technical University ofSofia

    Ivan Uzunov, Smartcom Bulgaria AB

    Ilia Katardjiev, Uppsala UniversityVentsislav Yantchev, Uppsala University

    Investigation of Drive Level Dependencies of Higher Overtones in SC Quartz Resonators 227

    Vladimir Stofanik, FEISTU

    Zdenko Brezovic, FEISTU

    Marian Minarik, FEI STU

    xvii

  • Wednesday, April 25 11:10 -12:50

    Session: Ion Clocks

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Davide Calonico, INRIM

    INVITED: Single-Ion Optical Frequency Standards Based on 171Yb+

    C. Tamm, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    M. Okhapkin, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    B. Lipphardt, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    S. Weyers, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    N. Huntemann, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    E. Peik, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Optical Frequency Measurements in a Single Ion of 171Yb+

    Rachel Godun, National Physical Laboratory

    Steven King, National Physical Laboratory

    Stephen Webster, National Physical Laboratory

    Helen Margolis, National Physical Laboratory

    Luke Johnson, National Physical Laboratory

    Krzysztof Szymaniec, National Physical Laboratory

    Patrick Baird, University of Oxford

    Patrick Gill, National Physical Laboratory

    Minimizing Time-Dilation in Ion Traps - Towards an Optical Clock with Coulomb Crystals

    Tanja Mehlstaubler, PTB

    Karsten Pyka, PTB

    Jonas Keller, PTB

    Norbert Herschbach, PTB

    David Meier, PTB

    Kristijan Kuhlmann, PTB

    Strontium Ion Optical Frequency Standard at 445 THz

    Geoffrey Barwood, National Physical LaboratoryPatrick Gill, National Physical Laboratory

    Guilong Huang, National Physical Laboratory

    Hugh Klein, National Physical Laboratory

    xviii

  • Wednesday, April 25 14:00 -15:40

    Session: Frequency Combs

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Helen Margolis

    INVITED: Direct Frequency Comb Metrology Up to PHz Frequencies 235

    T.J. Pinkert, VU UniversityI. Barmes, VU UniversityJ. Morgenweg, VU University

    D.Z. Kandula, Max Born Institute

    G. Gohle, Ludwig-Maximilians-UniversityK.S.E. Eikema, VU University

    High Contrast, Low Noise Selection and Amplification of an

    Individual Optical Frequency Comb Line

    Erik Benkler, PTB

    Felix Rohde, PTB/Cosigno, Imagine Optic Spain S.L.Harald Roland Telle, PTB

    Importance of the Carrier-Envelop-Offset Dynamics in the

    Stabilization of an Optical Frequency Comb

    Nikola Bucalovic, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, Universite de Neuchatel

    Vladimir Dolgovskiy, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, UniNE

    Max Stumpf, Institute of Quantum Electronics, ETH Zurich

    Christian Schori, SpectraTimePierre Thomann, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, UniNE

    Gianni Di Domenico, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, UniNE

    Thomas Sudmeyer, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, UniNE

    Ursula Keller, Institute of Quantum Electronics, ETH Zurich

    Stephane Schilt, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, UniNE

    Investigation of an Optical Frequency Comb with intra-Cavity

    EOM and Optimization of Microwave Generation 238

    Wei Zhang, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS, UPMC

    Marc Fischer, MenloSystems GmBH

    Ronald Holzwarth, MenloSystems GmBH

    Giorgio Santarelli, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS, UPMC

    Yann Le Coq, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS, UPMC

    xix

  • Wednesday, April 25 14:00 -15:40

    Session: Algorithms

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Demetrios Matsakis, US Naval Observatory

    INVITED: The New Prediction Algorithm for UTC: Application & Results 242

    6. Panfilo, BIPM

    Kinematic Positioning Improvements with Stochastic Clock Modeling

    Kan Wang, ETH Zurich

    Markus Rothacher, ETH Zurich

    Development of a Clock Ensemble Algorithm Incorporating Data

    from NPL's Caesium Fountain

    Setnam Shemar, National Physical LaboratoryJohn Davis, National Physical Laboratory

    Peter Whibberley, National Physical Laboratory

    Real-Time Assessment of Dynamic Allan Deviation and Dynamic Time Deviation 247

    Andrzej Dobrogowski, Poznan University of TechnologyMichal Kasznia, Poznan University of Technology

    Wednesday, April 25 16:10 -17:50

    Poster Session: Oscillators, Synthesizers, Noise, & Circuit Techniques

    Room: Poster Area

    Cramer-Rao-Bounds for Cross-Spectrum Measurements of Oscillator Phase Noise 253

    Michael Nebel, University of the Federal Armed Forces

    Berthold Lankl, University of the Federal Armed Forces

    Iridium Next Master Clock 260

    Martin Bloch, Frequency Electronics, Inc.

    John Ho, Frequency Electronics, Inc.

    Oleandro Mancini, Frequency Electronics, Inc.

    Thomas McClelland, Frequency Electronics, Inc.

    Advantageous GPS Disciplining of the OSA BVA Oscillator 263

    Clive Green, Quartzlock

    XX

  • Direct Comparison of Two Cryocooled Sapphire Oscillators

    Presenting Relative Frequency Instability at the 10-15 Level

    Serge Grop, ULISS-ST

    Benoit Dubois, ULISS-ST

    Gregory Haye, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Pierre-Yves Bourgeois, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Yann Kersale, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Enrico Rubiola, FEMTO-ST Institute

    Vincent Giordano, FEMTO-ST Institute

    OCXO Ensemble As Improved Local Oscillator for Atomic Fountains

    Claudio Eligio Calosso, INRIMElio Keith Bertacco, INRIM

    Salvatore Micalizio, INRIM

    Filippo Levi, INRIM

    Giovanni Antonio Costanzo, Polito

    Davide Calonico, INRIM

    Aldo Godone, INRIM

    System for Evaluation of Long-Term Stability of Precision

    Quartz Crystal Oscillators and Results of its Use

    Arcady Nikonov, Morion Inc.

    Yuri Ivanov, Morion Inc.

    Recent Achievements in Performance of Low Profile Ultra

    Precision Single Oven Quartz Oscillators

    Arcady Nikonov, Morion Inc.

    Alexander Kotyukov, Morion Inc.

    Alexei Kamochkin, Morion Inc.

    Natalia Dyakonova, Morion Inc.

    Dual-Transistor Oscillator Circuit for BAW and SAW Resonator

    Excitation in Wide Motion Resistance Range

    Anatoly Kosykh, OmGTU

    Sergey Zavjalov, OmGTUAlexander Lepetaev, OmGTU

    Time-to-Digit Converter Based on Radiation-Tolerant FPGA

    Marek Peca, Vyzkumny a zkusebni letecky ustav, a. s.

    Michael Vacek, Vyzkumny a zkusebni letecky ustav, a. s.

    Vojtech Michalek, Vyzkumny a zkusebni letecky ustav, a. s.

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  • Wednesday, April 25 16:10 -17:50

    Poster Session: Microwave Frequency Standards II

    Room: Poster Area

    Development of an Active Hydrogen Maser in Belgium - First Results 290

    Cipriana Mandache, University of LiegeJean Nizet, Gillam-Fei

    Daniel Leonard, Gilla-Fei

    Thierry Bastin, University of Liege

    Research on a Small-Mass Space Hydrogen Maser

    Ren-Fu Yang, Beijing Institute of Radio Metrology and Measurement

    Hai-Bo Chen, Beijing Institute of Radio Metrology and Measurement

    Qiang Chen, Beijing Institute of Radio Metrology and Measurement

    Ying-Nan Bu, Beijing Institute of Radio Metrology and Measurement

    The Electronic Improvement of the Hydrogen Maser for Time Keeping Application 294

    Yong Cai, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Yan Xie, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Weiqun Zhang, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Zaocheng Zhai, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory

    Push-Pull Optical Pumping on the Cs Dl-Transition

    Evelina Breschi, University ofFribourg

    Antoine Weis, University of Fribourg

    .300

    Towards the Detection of High-Contrast Cs CPT Resonances

    Using a Single Modulated Diode Laser 304

    Xiaochi Liu, FEMTO-ST

    Eric Kroemer, FEMTO-ST

    Jean-Marc Merolla, FEMTO-ST

    Rodolphe Boudot, FEMTO-ST

    Towards Wall-Coated Microfabricated Cells: Alkali Vapor-Cells

    Using Indium Thin-Film Low-Temperature Bonding 309

    Rahel Straessle, EPFL

    Matthieu Pellaton, UniNE

    Yves Petremand, EPFL

    Christoph Affolderbach, UniNE

    Danick Briand, EPFL

    Gaetano Mileti, UniNE

    Nico de Rooij, EPFL

    xxii

  • Swiss Miniature Atomic Clock: First Prototype.

    Jacques Haesler, CSEM SA

    Jonathan Bennes, CSEM SA

    Pascal Pilloud, CSEM SA

    David Ruffieux, CSEM SA

    Thomas Overstolz, CSEM SA

    Jbrg Pierer, CSEM SA

    Rony Jose James, CSEM SA

    Steve Lecomte, CSEM SA

    .312

    VCSEL-Based Raman Frequency Reference on Rubidium Atoms 316

    Laurent Balet, CSEM SA

    Jacques Haesler, CSEM SA

    Lecomte Steve, CSEM SA

    Project of a Satellite Slow Beam Atomic Clock with CPT-Ramsey Registration 320

    Vadim Zholherov, Russian Institute of Radionavigation and Time

    Anton Vershovskiy, loffe Phys.-Tech. Institute of Russian Academy ofScience

    Yuri Rozhdestvenskiy, Russian Institute ofRadionavigation and Time

    Chip-Scale Atomic Clock As a Portable Frequency and Time Standard

    Harald Hauglin, Justervesenet - Norwegian Metrology Service

    Kristian Ellingsberg, Justervesenet - Norwegian Metrology Service

    Kare Lind, Justervesenet - Norwegian Metrology Service

    Anders Viken, Oslo and Akershus University CollegeRobert Hughes, Oslo and Akershus University College

    Simon Str0m, Oslo and Akershus University College

    CPT Resonances in Two Frequency Pumping and Probe Beam Configuration 323

    ErsoySahin, TUBITAK,Ulusal Metroloji Enstitusu(UME)

    Ramiz Hamid, TUBITAK,Ulusal Metroloji Enstitusu(UME)

    Cengiz Birlikseven, TUBITAK,Ulusal Metroloji Enstitusu(UME)Gonul Ozen, Istanbul Technical University, Faculty ofScience and Letters, Engineering PhysicsAzad Izmailov, Institute ofPhysics, Azerbaijan NationalAcademy ofSciences

    Sub-Miniature Rb Atomic Clock 327

    Clive Green, Quartzlock

    Thomas Cao, Quartzlock

    Cosmo Little, Quartzlock

    Nick Law, Quartzlock

    Frequency Chirp for Post-Cooling by Adjusting the Laser Current

    Pingwei Lin, National Institute ofMetrology (NIM)

    Yige Lin, National Institute of Metrology (NIM)

    Weiliang Chen, National Institute ofMetrology (NIM)

    xxiii

  • STE-Quest: Testing the Einstein Equivalence Principle with Atomic Sensors in Space

    Luigi Cacciapuoti, European Space Agency

    Kai Bongs, University of Birmingham

    Philippe Bouyer, University ofBordeaux

    Matin Gehler, European Space AgencyLuciano less, University of Rome "La Sapienza"

    Philippe Jetzer, University ofZurich

    Arnaud Landragin, SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS, LNE, UPMC

    Ernst Rasel, University ofHannover

    Stephen Schiller, Heinrich-Heine-Universitdt Dusseldorf

    Uwe Sterr, PTB

    Guglielmo Maria Tino, University of Firenze

    Philip Tuckey, SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS, LNE, UPMC

    Pierre Waller, European Space AgencyPeter Wolf, SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, CNRS, LNE, UPMC

    Optimization of a Chip-Scale Rb Plasma Discharge Light Source:

    Effects of RF Drive Frequency and Cell Impedance 332

    Vinu Venkatraman, Ecole Polytechnique Federate de Lausanne

    Yves Petremand, Ecole Polytechnique Federate de Lausanne

    Christoph Affolderbach, University of NeuchatelGaetano Mileti, University of Neuchatel

    Nico de Rooij, Ecole Polytechnique Federate de Lausanne

    Herbert Shea, Ecole Polytechnique Federate de Lausanne

    Accuracy Evaluation of NICT Atomic Fountain CsF2

    Motohiro Kumagai, NICT

    Clayton R Locke, NICT

    Hiroyuki Ito, NICT

    Masatoshi Kajita, NICT

    Yuko Hanado, NICT

    Mizuhiko Hosokawa, NICT

    Wednesday, April 25 16:10 -17:50

    Poster Session: Timekeeping, Time & Frequency Transfer, GNSS & Applications II

    Room: Poster Area

    Use of Multi-Technique Combinations in UTC/TAI Time and Frequency Transfers 335

    Zhiheng Jiang, Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM)Wlodzimierz Lewandowski, Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM)

    Analysis of the Impact of Measurement Noise on the TWSTFT Stability 340

    Amale Kanj, Observatoire de Paris

    Joseph Achkar, Observatoire de Paris

    Daniele Rovera, Observatoire de Paris

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  • Improvement of Comparisons Between T2L2 & RF Links 345

    Philippe Guillemot, CNESPierre Exertier, OCA

    Etienne Samain, OCA

    Philippe Laurent, SYRTE

    Joseph Achkar, SYRTE

    Daniele Rovera, SYRTE

    Sylvie Leon, CNES

    Near Real-Time Comparison of UTC(k)'s Through a Precise Point Positioning Approach 349

    Pascale Defraigne, Royal Observatory of Belgium

    Giancarlo Cerretto, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRiM)

    Francois Lahaye, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)Quentin Bake, Royal Observatory of Belgium

    Daniele Rovera, LNE-SYRTE-Observatoire de Paris

    Real-Time Cycle Slips Detection and Repair Based on

    Triple-Frequency Compass Observations

    Yu Lei, National Time Service Center, Chinese Academy ofSciences

    Yuping Gao, National Time Service Center, Chinese Academy ofSciences

    High-Precision Time Dissemination with QZS-1 - Experimental Plans and First Results

    Yasuhiro Takahashi, National Institute of Information and Communications TechnologyThomas Hobiger, National Institute ofInformation and Communications Technology

    Maho Nakamura, National Institute of Information and Communications TechnologyTadahiro Gotoh, National Institute ofInformation and Communications Technology

    Jun Amagai, National Institute ofInformation and Communications Technology

    Shinfichi Hama, National Institute ofInformation and Communications Technology

    Takashi Maruyama, National Institute ofInformation and Communications Technology

    Tsutomu Nagatsuma, National Institute ofInformation and Communications Technology

    Hiroyuki Noda, Japan Aerospace Exploration AgencyMotohisa Kishimoto, Japan Aerospace Exploration AgencyKaoru Nakayama, Furuno Electric Co.

    Yasuhiro Ohki, Furuno Electric Co.

    EURAMET Project 1156, GPSCALEU. Results of Two Years GPS

    Receiver Calibration Campaign 354

    Hector Esteban, ROA

    Giancarlo Cerreto, INRIM

    Thorsten Feldmann, PTB

    Development of QZSS Mobile Station 362

    Hideki Narita, NICT

    Jun Amagai, NICT

    Masanori Aida, NICT

    Yasuhiro Takahashi, NICT

    Maho Nakamura, NICT

    Isao Nakazawa, NICT

    XXV

  • Control algoritm of UTC(MIKE) 365

    Kalevi Kalliomdki, MIKES

    Tapio Mansten, MIKES

    Mikko Merimaa, MIKES

    Improving Timing Capabilities in 3G Mobile Networks 368

    Rimantas Miskinis, Centerfor Physical Sciences and Technology

    Dmitrij Smirnov, Centerfor Physical Sciences and TechnologyEmilis Urba, Centerfor Physical Sciences and Technology

    Bronislovas Dzindzeleta, JSC Omnitel-Vilnius

    Optical Fiber Time and Frequency Transfer Inside Urban

    Telecom Network in Warsaw - Results of Initial Tests 371

    Albin Czubla, GUM

    Roman Osmyk, GUM

    PiotrSzterk, GUM

    Waldek Adamowicz, TPSA

    Michal Marszalec, NIT

    Lukasz Sliwczynski, AGH

    Last Results of Database for TA(PL)Michal Marszalec, National Institute of Telecommunications

    Two-Way Optical Time and Frequency Transfer Between IPE and BEV 375

    Vladimir Smotlacha, CESNET

    Alexander Kuna, IPE

    Research of the Doppler Positioning Timing Method Based on IGSO Satellite

    Hai Sha, National University Defense Technology

    Design Considerations on an Optical Link for Sub-Nanosecond

    Time and Frequency Dissemination

    Andrey Ivanov, ALTO

    Nikolay Mokhovikov, ALTO

    Semen Kagan, VNIIFTRI

    Aleksandr Malimon, VNIIFTRI

    Aleksey Galyshev, MEPHI

    About Time Measurements 379

    Marco Siccardi, SKK electronics

    Michel Abgrall, LNE-SYRTE/OP CNRS UPMC

    Daniele Rovera, LNE-SYRTE/OP CNRS UPMC

    xxvi

  • Current and Future Activities in Process of Establishing National

    Laboratory for Time and Frequency in Institute of Metrology of

    Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Osman Sibonjic, Institute of Metrology of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Mustafa Music, Institute ofMetrology of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Vladimir Milojevic, Institute of Metrology of Bosnia and HerzegovinaFatima Spahic, Institute of Metrology ofBosnia and Herzegovina

    Estimation of Compass on-Board Clock Short-Term Stability 383

    Hang Gong, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National University of Defense Technology

    Shaojie Ni, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National University ofDefense TechnologyWeihua Mou, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National University of Defense Technology

    Xiangwei Zhu, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National University of Defense TechnologyFeixue Wang, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National University of Defense Technology

    A Hardware Accelerated lOGbE Primary NTP-Server 387

    Carsten Rieck, SP

    Kenneth Jaldehag, SP

    The Influence of LC Components' Quality Factor Q for GNSS

    Receiver's Group Delay Equalization 392

    Pengpeng Li, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. ofDefense Technology

    Yuanling Li, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. of Defense Technology

    Lei Chen, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. of Defense Technology

    Baiyu Li, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. of Defense Technology

    Gang Ou, Satellite Navigation R&D Center, National Univ. ofDefense Technology

    A New Generation spatio-Temporal Reference System Based

    on Inter-Satellite Links

    Pacome Delva, SYRTE/UPMC/Observatoire de Paris

    Andrej Cadez, University of LjubljanaSante Carloni, ESA Advanced Concepts Team

    Andreja Gomboc, University of Ljubljana

    Martin Horvat, University of Ljubljana

    Uros Kostic, University of Ljubljana

    JPL Frequency Standard Laboratory Activities in Preparation for the Aces Mission

    Robert Tjoelker, JPL

    Eric Burt, JPL

    John Prestage, JPL

    Nan Yu, JPL

    xxvii

  • Accurate Time/Frequency Comparison and Dissemination

    Through Optical Telecommunication Networks

    Harald Schnatz, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Davide Calonico, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologic

    Erik Dierikx, Dutch Metrology InstituteGesine Grosche, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Per OlofHedekvist, Technical Research Institute ofSwedenAlexander Kuna, Institute ofPhotonics and Electronics

    Giuseppe Marra, National Physical Laboratory

    Mikko Merimaa, Centrefor Metrology andAccreditation

    A. Niessner, Bundesamtfur Eich - und Vermessungswesen

    Giorgio Santarelli, LNE-SYRTE

    Vladimir Smotlacha, CESNET

    Christian Chardonnet, Universite Paris 13

    Optical Frequency Link Between Torino and Firenze for

    Remote Comparison Between Yb and Sr Optical Clocks 396

    Davide Calonico, INRIM

    Cecilia Clivati, Politecnico di Torino, INRIM

    Giovanni A. Costanzo, Politecnico di Torino

    Filippo Levi, INRIM

    Alberto Mura, INRIM

    Aldo Godone, INRIM

    Marco Prevedelli, Universita di Bologna

    Guglielmo M. Tino, Universita di Firenze

    Nicola Poll, Universita di Firenze, LENS

    Wednesday, April 25 16:10 -17:50

    Poster Session: Optical Frequency Standards & Applications II

    Room: Poster Area

    Comparison of Reference Cavities for an Optical Clock with

    Improved Short-Term Stability

    Jonas Keller, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Stepan Ignatovich, Institute of Laser Physics, Novosibirsk

    Maksim Okhapkin, Institute of Laser Physics, Novosibirsk

    Stephen Webster, National Physical LaboratoryDavid-Marcel Meier, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Karsten Pyka, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Tanja Mehlstdubler, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    xxviii

  • Experimental Validation of a Simple Approach to Determine

    the Laser Linewidth from the Frequency Noise Spectrum

    Nikola Bucalovic, LTF, UniNE

    Vladimir Dolgovskiy, LTF, UniNE

    Christian Schori, SpectraTimePierre Thomann, LTF, UniNE

    Gianni Di Domenico, LTF, UniNE

    Stephane Schilt, LTF, UniNE

    Finite Element Analysis ofSupport-Area-Insensitive Position in

    Cutout Optical Cavity for Yb Optical Lattice Clock

    Sang Eon Park, KRISS

    Won-Kyu Lee, KRISS

    Dai-Hyuk Yu, KRISS

    Chang Yong Park, KRISS

    Sang-Bum Lee, KRISS

    Taeg Yong Kwon, KRISS

    Comparison of Ultra-Stable Lasers at PTB

    Christian Grebing, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Thomas Legem, Physikalisch-Technische BundesanstaltThomas Kessler, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Christian Hagemann, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Stefan Vogt, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Sebastian Hafner, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Uwe Sterr, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Sebastian Raupach, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Gesine Grosche, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Nils Huhtemann, Physikalisch-Technische BundesanstaltChristian Tamm, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Burghard Lipphardt, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Jonas Keller, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Tanja Mehlstdubler, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    HaroldSchnatz, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Impact of the Coupling Between the Two Servo-Loops in a

    Self-Referenced Er:Fiber Optical Frequency Comb

    Vladimir Dolgovskiy, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, Universite de NeuchatelNikola Bucalovic, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, Universite de Neuchatel

    Christian Schori, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, Universite de NeuchatelPierre Thomann, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, Universite de Neuchatel

    Gianni Di Domenico, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, Universite de Neuchatel

    Stephane Schilt, Laboratoire Temps-Frequence, Universite de Neuchatel

    Strontium in an Optical Lattice As a Portable Frequency Reference

    Ole Kock, University ofBirminghamSteven Johnson, University of Birmingham

    Yeshpal Singh, University of BirminghamKai Bongs, University ofBirmingham

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  • Towards Polish Optical Clock with Cold Strontium Atoms, Present Status and Performance 400

    Marcin Bober, Jagiellonian UniversityJerzy Zachorowski, Jagiellonian University

    Wojciech Gawlik, Jagiellonian University

    Filip Ozimek, Warsaw University

    Czeslaw Radzewicz, Warsaw University

    Daniel Lisak, Nicolaus Copericus University

    Agata Cygan, Nicolaus Copericus University

    Katarzyna Bielska, Nicolaus Copericus University

    Mariusz Piwinski, Nicolaus Copericus University

    Ryszard Trawinski, Nicolaus Copericus University

    Roman Ciurylo, Nicolaus Copericus University

    Towards a Magnesium Lattice Clock

    Temmo Wubbena, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Andre Pape, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Andre Kulosa, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Steffen Ruhmann, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Dominika Fim, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Klaus Zipfel, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Hrishikesh Kelkar, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Wolfgang Ertmer, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Ernst Rasel, Leibniz Universitat Hannover

    Towards a Transportable Optical Lattice Clock Using Ytterbium

    Axel Gorlitz, University of DusseldorfCharbel Abou Jaoudeh, University of Dusseldorf

    Gregor Mura, University of DusseldorfTobias Franzen, University of Dusseldorf

    Alexander Nevsky, University of Dusseldorf

    Ingo Ernsting, University ofDusseldorf

    Sergei Vasilyev, University of Dusseldorf

    Stephan Schiller, University of Dusseldorf

    Long-Term Temperature Stabilized Measurement of Ultra-Low

    Expansion Fabry-Perot Cavity 404

    Radek Smid, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.

    Martin Cizek, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.Zdenek Buchta, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.

    Josef Lazar, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.

    Ondrej Cip, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.

    Progress Towards an Optical Lattice Clock at VNIIFTRI

    Sergey Slusarev, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Aleksey Kostin, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Vaycheslav Baryshev, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Ksenia Khabarova, FGUP VNIIFTRI

    Sergey Strelkin, MEPHE

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  • Digital Processing of Beat Note Signals from Optical Frequency Synthesizers

    Martin Cizek, Institute ofScientific Instruments oftheASCR, v.v.i.

    Radek Smid, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v. v.i.

    Zdenek Buchta, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.

    Josef Lazar, Institute ofScientific Instruments oftheASCR, v.v.i.

    Ondrej dp, Institute ofScientific Instruments of the ASCR, v.v.i.

    The "Space Optical Clocks Project": Progress Report

    Stephan Schiller, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat

    Axel Gorlitz, HHUD

    Uwe Sterr, PTB

    Ernst-Maria Rasel, LUH

    Sebastien Bize, OP

    Guglielmo Tino, UNIFI

    Davide Calonico, INRIM

    Kai Bongs, U.Birmingham

    Patirck Gill, NPL

    Wilhelm Kaenders, TOPTICA

    Markus Plattner, Kayser-Threde

    Carsten Jentsch, Astrium

    Ronald Holzwarth, Menlo

    Menlo Donati, Kayser Italia

    Stephane Schilt, U. Neuchatel

    Steve Lecomte, CSEM

    Tobias Kippenberg, EPF Lausanne

    Progress on Laser Frequency Stabilization Techniques for Optical

    Clocks and Fundamental Physics Measurements

    Alexander Nevsky, University of Duesseldorf

    Qunfeng Chen, University of Duesseldorf

    Sergey Vasilyev, University of Duesseldorf

    Soroosh Alighanbari, University of Duesseldorf

    Ingo Ernsting, University of Duesseldorf

    Stephan Schiller, University of Duesseldorf

    Hyper-Polarizability in Sr Optical Lattice Clocks

    Mikhail Gurov, LNE-SYRTE

    Michal Zawada, FAMO

    Luca Lorini, LNE-SYRTE, INRIM

    Rafal Gatman, FAMOPierre Lemonde, LNE-SYRTE

    Rodolphe Le Targat, LNE-SYRTE

    Jerome Lodewyck, LNE-SYRTE

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  • A Fiber Delay Stabilized Laser with Low Frequency Sensitivity to Vibrations

    Berengere Argence, LNE-SRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Tang Li, Key Laboratory of Quantum Optics

    Jean-Laurent Dournaux, GEPI - Observatoire de Paris

    Cecilia Clivati, INRIM

    Pierre Lemonde, LNE-SRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Giorgio Santarelli, LNE-SRTE - Observatoire de Paris

    Iodine Based Optical Frequency Reference with 10-15 Stability 419

    Klaus Daringshoff, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

    Matthias Reggentin, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

    Moritz Nagel, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

    Evgeny Kovalchuk, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

    Anja Keetman, University ofApplied Sciences Konstanz

    Thilo Schuldt, University ofApplied Sciences Konstanz

    Claus Braxmaier, University ofApplied Sciences Konstanz

    Achim Peters, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin

    Thursday, April 26 09:00 -10:40

    Session: Frequency and Time Transfer by Optical Fibers II

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Giorgio Santarelli, OBSPM

    INVITED: Frequency Dissemination at the 19th Decimal Place 422

    Gesine Grosche, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Osama Terra, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Sebastian Raupach, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Uwe Sterr, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Harald Schnatz, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt

    Andre Pape, Institutfuer Quantenoptik HannoverJan Friebe, Institut fuer Quantenoptik Hannover

    Matthias Riedmann, Institut fuer Quantenoptik HannoverErnst Rasel, Institutfuer Quantenoptik Hannover

    Stefan Droste, MPQ GarchingKatharina Predehl, MPQ GarchingRonald Holzwarth, MPQ GarchingThomas Udem, MPQ Garching

    Ultra-Stable Frequency Dissemination on a Dedicated

    Frequency Channel of the Telecommunication Network

    Olivier Lopez, LPL-CNRS-Universite Paris 13

    Adil Haboucha, LNE-SYRTE

    Bruno Chanteau, LPL-CNRS-Universite Paris 13

    Anthony Bercy, LKB-UPMC-CNRS-ENS

    Christian Chardonnet, LPL-CNRS-Universite Paris 13

    Anne Amy-Klein, LPL-Universite Paris 13-CNRS

    Giorgio Santarelli, LNE-SYRTE

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  • Fiber Optic RF Frequency Transfer on the Distance of 480 km

    with Active Stabilization of the Propagation Delay 424

    Lukasz Sliwczynski, AGH University ofScience and Technology

    Przemyslaw Krehlik, AGH University ofScience and TechnologyLukasz Buczek, AGH University ofScience and Technology

    Marcin Lipinski, AGH University ofScience and TechnologyJacek Kolodziej, AGH University ofScience and Technology

    Dissemination of an Optical Frequency Comb Over Fiber with

    3x10-18 Fractional Accuracy

    Giuseppe Marra, National Physical Laboratory and Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of

    SouthamptonHelen Margolis, National Physical LaboratoryDavid Richardson, Optoelectronics Research Centre, University of Southampton

    Thursday, April 26 09:00 -10:40

    Session: Microwave Clocks

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Steve Lecomte, CSEM

    A Microwave Frequency Standard Based on the Laser Cooled 113Cd+ Ions 427

    Jianwei Zhang, JMl

    Zhengbo Wang, JMI

    Shiguang Wang, JMI

    Kai Miao, JMI

    Lijun Wang, JMI

    Narrow Linewidth, Micro-Integrated Extended Cavity Diode

    Lasers for Quantum Optics Precision Experiments in Space

    Erdenetsetseg Luvsandamdin, Ferdinand-Braun Institut Leibniz-lnstitutfuer

    Hoechstfrequenztechnik Berlin

    Christian Kuerbis, Ferdinand-Braun Institut Leibniz-lnstitutfuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik Berlin

    Stefan Spiefiberger, Ferdinand-Braun Institut Leibniz-lnstitutfuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik Berlin

    Alexander Sahm, Ferdinand-Braun Institut Leibniz-lnstitutfuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik Berlin

    Andreas Wicht, Ferdinand-Braun Institut Leibniz-lnstitutfuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik BerlinGotz Erbert, Ferdinand-Braun Institut Leibniz-lnstitut fuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik Berlin

    Achim Peters, Humboldt-Universitaet zu Berlin

    Gunther Trankle, Ferdinand-Braun Institut Leibniz-lnstitutfuer Hoechstfrequenztechnik Berlin

    Measurement of the Electric Polarizability of the Cs Ground State

    for the Blackbody Radiation Shift Correction in Primary Frequency Standards

    Jean-Luc Robyr, University ofFribourgPaul Knowles, University ofFribourgAntoine Weis, University of Fribourg

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  • A Cold Rubidium Frequency Standard for the Fundamental Physics Mission STE-Quest

    Christoph Affolderbach, LTF, University ofNeuchatel

    Geoffrey Barwood, NPLSebastien Bize, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris

    Kai Bongs, University of Birmingham

    Ingo Ernsting, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat

    Benoit Faure, CNES

    Patrick Gill, NPL

    Olivier Grosjean, CNES

    Jocelyne Guena, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris

    Kenneth Jaldehag, SP

    Stefan Kundermann, CSEM

    Philippe Laurent, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de ParisSteve Lecomte, CSEM

    Thomas Legero, PTB

    Thomas Leveque, CNES

    Per-Olof Lindqvist, RUAG Space AB

    Michel Lours, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris

    Didier Massonnet, CNES

    Gaetano Mileti, LTF, University of Neuchatel

    Alexander Nevsky, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat

    Nicola Poli, Universita' di Firenze, LENS, INFN

    Marco Prevedelli, Universita' di Bologna

    Stephan Schiller, Heinrich-Heine-Universitat

    Harald Schnatz, PTB

    Andre Stefanov, University of Bern

    Uwe Sterr, PTB

    Guglielmo Tino, Universita' di Firenze, LENS, INFN

    Philip Tuckey, LNE-SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris

    Stephen Webster, NPL

    Miniature Trapped-lon Frequency Standard with 171Yb+

    Heather Partner, Sandia National Laboratories / University of New Mexico

    Peter Schwindt, Sandia National Laboratories

    Yuan-Yu Jau, Sandia National Laboratories

    Adrian Castas, Sandia National Laboratories

    Darwin Serkland, Sandia National Laboratories

    Ronald Manginell, Sandia National Laboratories

    Matthew Moorman, Sandia National Laboratories

    Robert Boye, Sandia National Laboratories

    Tony Statom, Sandia National Laboratories

    John Prestage, Jet Propulsion Laboratory

    Nan Yu, Jet Propulsion LaboratorySheng Chang, Symmetricom

    Taye Gebrewold, Symmetricom

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  • Thursday, April 26 09:00 -10:40

    Session: Sensor Systems

    Room: Scania hall

    Session Chair: Svenja Knappe, NIST

    Correlator Time Delay Extraction for Wireless Acoustic Sensors

    Donald Malocha, University of Central Florida

    High-Speed Reader for Wireless Resonant SAW Sensors 428

    Victor Kalinin, Transense Technologies picJohn Beckley, Transense Technologies picIgor Makeev, Transense Tehnologies pic

    Eight Channel Embedded Electronic Open Loop Interrogation

    for Multi Sensor Measurments 436

    David Rabus, FEMTO-ST

    Sylvain Ballandras, FEMTO-ST & SENSEOR

    Gilles Martin, FEMTO-ST

    Emile Carry, FEMTO-ST

    Indoor-Localization System Using a Micro Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) 443

    Fabian Hoeflinger, University of Freiburg

    Rui Zhang, University ofFreiburgLeonhard Reindl, University of Freiburg

    Laser Gyroscopes for Very High Sensitivity Applications 448

    Jacopo Belfi, Dip. Fisica Universita di Pisa

    Nicold Beverini, Dip. Fisica Universita di Pisa

    Bachir Bouhadef, Dip. Fisica Universita di Pisa

    Giorgio Carelli, Dip. Fisica Universita di Pisa

    Angela Di Virgilio, INFN sezione di Pisa, Pisa

    Enrico Maccioni, Dip. Fisica Universita di Pisa

    Fabio Stefani, Dip. Fisica Universita di Pisa

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  • Thursday, April 26

    Session: Stable Lasers

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Ernst Rasel, University of Hannover

    INVITED: Characterization and Application of a Cryogenic Silicon

    Cavity with Fractional Frequency Stability of IE-16

    Thomas Kessler, PTB

    Christian Hagemann, PTB

    Thomas Legero, PTB

    Christian Grebing, PTB

    Gesine Grosche, PTB

    Uwe Sterr, PTB

    Fritz Riehle, PTB

    Michael Martin, JILA

    Jun Ye, JILA

    A Small-Linewidth Absolute Optical Frequency Source

    Sebastian Raupach, PTB

    Thomas Legero, PTB

    Andreas Bauch, PTB

    Thomas Kessler, PTB

    Andreas Koczwara, PTB

    Burghard Lipphardt, PTB

    Harald Schnatz, PTB

    Uwe Sterr, PTB

    Gesine Grosche, PTB

    Mid-IR Frequency Measurement Using an Optical Frequency

    Comb and a Long-Distance Remote Frequency Reference

    Bruno Chanteau, LPL-Universite Paris 13-CNRS

    Olivier Lopez, LPL-CNRS-Universite Paris 13

    Wei Zhang, LNE-SYRTE Observatoire de Paris

    Gorgio Santarelli, LNE-SYRTE Observatoire de Paris

    Yann Le Coq, LNE-SYRTE Observatoire de Paris

    Frederic Auguste, LPL-Universite Paris 13-CNRS

    Benoit Darquie, LPL-Universite Paris 13-CNRS

    Christian Chardonnet, LPL-Universite Paris 13-CNRS

    Anne Amy-Klein, LPL-Universite Paris 13-CNRS

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  • CnZnSe Laser with 0.03 Hz/Hzl/2 Frequency Noise for Compact Methane Based OFS 459

    Mikhail Gubin, Lebedev Physical Institute

    Mikhail Frolov, Lebedev Physical Institute

    Alexey Kireev, Lebedev Physical Institute

    Alexey Pniov, Bauman Moscow State Technical University

    Jury Podmarkov, Lebedev Physical Institute

    Jury Korostelin, Lebedev Physical Institute

    DmitryShelestov, Bauman Moscow State Technical University

    Alexander Shelkovnikov, Lebedev Physical Institute

    Dmitry Tyurikov, Lebedev Physical Institute

    Thursday, April 26 11:10 -12:50

    Session: Two-Way Time & Frequency Transfer

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Dirk Piester, PTB

    Study on Carrier-Phase TWSTFT Using Ku Band Signals

    Miho Fujieda, NICT

    Tadahiro Gotoh, NICT

    Fumimaru Nakagawa, NICT

    Ryo Tabuchi, NICT

    Masanori Aida, NICT

    Jun Amagai, NICT

    State-of-the-Art Time Link Calibration with a Mobile TWSTFT Station 462

    Thorsten Feldmann, TimeTech GmbH

    Arvind Balu, TimeTech GmbH

    Cedric Molard, TimeTech GmbH

    Wolfgang Schaefer, TimeTech GmbH

    Dirk Piester, PTB

    A Delay Calibration System for a TWSTFT Station 469

    Faisal Ali Mubarak, VSL

    Erik Dierikx, VSL

    Characterization of OP TWSTFT Stations in colocation Based on

    the Combined Use of Code and Carrier Phase Data 477

    Amale Kanj, Observatoire de Paris

    Joseph Achkar, Observatoire de Paris

    Daniele Rovera, Observatoire de Paris

    Two Way Time Transfer with Picoseconds Precision and Accuracy 483

    Jan Kodet, Czech Technical University in PragueIvan Prochazka, Czech Technical University in Prague

    Josef Blaze], Czech Technical University in PraguePetr Panek, Academy of Sciences of the Czech RepublicUlrich Schreiber, Technical University Munich, Wettzell Observatory

    Pierre Lauber, Technical University Munich, Wettzell Observatory

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  • Thursday, April 26 11:10-12

    Session: Compact Microwave Clocks

    Room: Scania hall

    Session Chair: Gaetano Mileti, Universite de Neuchatel

    Studies of a Short and Long-Term Stability of an Active H-Maser

    Nikolay Demidov, Vremya-CHVladislav Vorontsov, Vremya-CH

    Alexsander Belyaev, Vremya-CH

    Igor Blinov, National Research Institute for Physical-Technical and Radio technical

    Laser-Pumped High-Performance Compact Gas-Cell Rb Standard

    with

  • Thursday, April 26 14:00 -15:40

    Session: Oscillators & Noise Processes

    Room: RunAn

    Session Chair: Philippe Guillemot, CNES

    INVITED: The Opto-Electronic Oscillator (OEO): Review and Recent Progress

    Lute Maleki, OEwaves Inc.

    .497

    Long Duration Performance of Quartz Oscillators and Rb Clocks in Space

    Thomas McClelland, Frequency Electronics, Inc.

    J. Hagerman, Lockheed-Martin

    J. Camparo, The Aerospace Corporation

    .501

    Asymmetric Spectra of Phase Modulated Transitions of Square Waves.

    Michael Underhill, Underhill Research

    .509

    Thursday, April 26 14:00 -15:40

    Session: GNSS and Applications

    Room: The Palmstedt hall

    Session Chair: Kenneth Jaldehag, SP

    Review of GLONASS Time Transfer

    Zhiheng Jiang, Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM)

    Wlodzimierz Lewandowski, Bureau International des Poids et Mesures (BIPM)

    On the Impact of Group Delay Variations on GNSS Time and Frequency Transfer 514

    Tobias Kersten, Institutfur Erdmessung, Universitat Hannover

    Steffen Schon, Institutfur Erdmessung

    Ulrich Weinbach, Institutfur Ermdessung

    Very Precise Synchronization of Distributed Pseudolites 522

    Werner Lange, Lange-Electronic GmbH

    Study and Development of a New GNSS Receiver for Time and Frequency Transfer 529

    Kun Liang, National Institute of Metrology(NIM)Aimin Zhang, National Institute of'Metrology(NIM)Side Zhang, Beijing Trust GPS Science&Technology Development Co., Ltd

    Xiaoxun Gao, National Institute of Metrology(NIM)Weibo Wang, National Institute ofMetrology(NIM)

    Dayu Ning, National Institute ofMetrology(NIM)

    XXXIX