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Victor Zhang

Publications

Use of SDR Receivers in TWSTFT for UTC Computation

Author(s)
Zhiheng Jiang, Victor S. Zhang, Yi-Jiun Huang, Joseph Achkar, Dirk Piester, Shinn-Yan Lin, Wenjun Wu, Sung-hoon Yang, Jerzy Nawrocki, Ilaria Sesia, Christian Schlunegger, Zhiqiang Yang, Miho Fujieda, Albin Czubla, Hector Esteban, Carsten Rieck, Peter Whibberley
Two-Way Satellite Time and Frequency Transfer (TWSTFT) is a primary technique for the generation of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). About 20 timing

Implementation of SDR TWSTFT in UTC Computation

Author(s)
Zhiheng Jiang, Felicitas Arias, Victor S. Zhang, Yi-Jiun Huang, Joseph Ackhar, Dirk Piester, Shinn-Yan Lin, Wenjun Wu, Andrey Naumov, Sung-hoon Yang, Jerzy Nawrocki, Ilaria Sesia, Christian Schlunegger, Kun Liang
Two-Way Satellite Time and Frequency Transfer (TWSTFT or TW for short) is a primary technique for the realization of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), which is

Accurate TWSTFT time transfer with indirect links

Author(s)
Victor S. Zhang, Zhiheng Jiang, Thomas E. Parker, Jian Yao, Yi-Jiun Huang, Shinn-Yan Lin
The conventional wisdom suggests a direct Two-Way Satellite Time and Frequency Transfer (TWSTFT or TW) time link should result in a smaller uncertainty than

Long-term instability in UTC time links

Author(s)
Victor S. Zhang, Demetrios Matsakis, Zhiheng Jiang
Calibration and link stability are the key issues for the UTC time transfer. This study is made in the framework of a joint task group of the CCTF Working Group
Created October 9, 2019