ITSF 2017 The Internet of Time Nov 6 - 9 // Warsaw
    Tutorials
    Nov 6, 2017
    Tutorials: Lee Cosart, Silvana Rodrigues, Kishan Shenoi, Chris Farrow, Stefano Ruffini, Marc Weiss, Wojciech Owczarek

    Fundamental Need for Sync; Introduction to Clocks
    13:00 - 13:35
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Kishan Shenoi: CTO - Qulsar
    13:00
    Fundamental Need for Sync; Introduction to Clocks
    Kishan Shenoi - CTOQulsar, Inc.
    • Time and Frequency Concepts
    • Fundamental need for synchronization in data-transmission, voice-band transmission, circuit emulation, wireless, multimedia, etc.
    • Clocks and Oscillators and models for locked loops
    • Clock Strata in Telecom
    • Fundamental clock concepts and metrics (TIE, MTIE, TDEV, and others)
    Timing Reference Sources and Atomic Clocks
    13:35 - 14:10
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Marc Weiss: Mathematical Physicist - NIST
    13:35
    Timing Reference Sources and Atomic Clocks
    Marc Weiss - ConsultantNIST
    • UTC: Where the UTC standard time comes from and how it's defined.
    • Atomic Clocks: How atomic clocks generate stable and sometimes accurate frequency, and can hold-over time.
    • Time and Frequency Transfer: The transfer of frequency and time from accurate sources requires compensating for the delay.
    • GNSS: Navigation Satellite Systems provide remarkably accurate and inexpensive time and frequency, but have limitations.
    Phase Locked Loops and Oscillators
    14:10 - 14:40
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Dominik Schneuwly: Senior Engineer - Oscilloquartz
    14:10
    Phase Locked Loops and Oscillators
    Dominik Scheuwly - Senior Network Consultant OSAOscilloquartz SA
    • Quartz oscillator as local frequency source
    • Temperature behaviour of various quartz oscillator types
    • Phase locked loop structure and transfer function
    • PLLs with in-the-loop and out-of-the-loop oscillator
    • PLL with multiple inputs
    Timing in Packet Networks
    14:40 - 15:10
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Stefano Ruffini: R&D Expert - Ericsson
    14:40
    Timing in Packet Networks
    Stefano Ruffini - Expert R&DEricsson
    • Historical Background on synchronization in packet networks
    • Delivery of Frequency synchronization via packets
    • Two-Way Time Transfer
    • Time Protocols: NTP/PTP Details
    • Impairments when delivering timing via packets
    • Packet-based Metrics for frequency and time
    Standards related to Timing in Telecoms
    15:30 - 15:55
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Silvana Rodrigues: Director of System Engineering - IDT
    15:10
    Standards related to Timing in Telecoms
    Silvana Rodrigues - Director of System EngineeringIDT
    • Standards bodies that are defining synchronization requirements
    •Profiles for IEEE 1588 being developed by ITU-T
    •ITU-T G.8265.1 Frequency Profile
    •ITU-T G.8275.1 Time/phase Profiles
    •Next edition of IEEE 1588
    Characterizing Time Performance Over a Network
    15:55 - 16:20
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Lee Cosart: Senior Technologist - Microsemi
    15:35
    Characterizing Time Performance Over a Network
    Lee Cosart - Senior TechnologistMicrosemi
    • Fundamental quantities involved in deriving time from a packet protocol.
    • Methods for investigating packet network time transport performance.
    • New metrics for two-way packet analysis.
    Timing in Wireless Networks
    16:20 - 16:40
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Chris Farrow: Technical Services Manager - Chronos Technology
    16:00
    Timing in Wireless Networks
    Chris Farrow - Technical ManagerChronos Technology Limited
    Timing in the Finance Sector
    16:40 - 17:00
    Presenter:
    Presenter:
    Presenter: Wojciech Owczarek - ICE
    16:20
    Timing in the Finance Sector
    Wojciech Owczarek - Manager, Lead EngineerIntercontinentalExchange
    Welcome Drinks & Registration
    19:00 - 20:00
    Day One
    Nov 7, 2017
    Applications that Drive the Need for Time: Part I
    Chairs:
    Chairs:
    Stefano Ruffini, Tim Frost, Kishan Shenoi, Wojciech Owczarek
    09:00
    Opening Remarks from the Conference Chair
    Charles Curry - MDChronos Technology Limited
    09:10
    Timing for 5G [TBC]
    Christopher Wilson, EE/Martin KingstonEE
    09:30
    The reality for Time and Phase synchronization within the Mobile Network Operator to address the LTE-A
    Pedro Antão Martins - ManagerNOS Technology SA
    09:50
    New Requirements in 4G Networks
    Robert Mlinaric - Trannsmission Network ExpertVIPnet
    10:10
    Update on Time Stamping for MiFID II Compliance
    Wojciech Owczarek - Manager, Lead EngineerIntercontinentalExchange
    10:30
    Timing Needs in Cable Network
    Yair Neugeboren - Director, System ArchitectureARRIS
    10:50
    Session Q & A
    10:55
    Refreshment Break - Exhibition Open
    Exhibition Hall
    11:40
    Gimme 5! 5G - what's it all about?
    Anand Ram - VP of Sales and MarketingCalnex Solutions
    12:00
    Synchronization for Wireless Fronthaul and C-RAN Applications
    Kishan Shenoi - CTOQulsar, Inc.
    12:20
    Timing The Road To 5G
    Ian Goetz - Chief Architect, Vodafone Global AccountJuniper Networks
    12:40
    Session Q & A
    12:45
    Lunch Break
    Applications That Drive the Need for Time: Part II
    Chairs:
    Chairs:
    Adam Wertheimer, Chris Farrow, Hugh Melvin, Michael Mayer
    13:45
    Why do broadcasters care about timing
    Mike Ellis - Head of Production ArchitectureBBC
    14:05
    Timing in the Network
    Terry Sullivan - Senior Designer - Mobile Backhaul InfrastructureEE
    14:25
    PTP mainly in Japanese and East Asian markets.
    Mikito Hasegawa, Seiko Solutions Inc./Yosuke KurataSeiko Solutions Inc.
    14:45
    Realtime lag compensation for Cloud Gaming : lessons learned
    Hugh Melvin, NUI Galway/Zhi LiNUI Galway
    15:05
    Mobile & Financial Services Need for Accurate Timing and Monitoring
    Ian Goetz - Chief ArchitectJuniper Networks
    15:25
    Session Q & A
    15:30
    Refreshment Break - Exhibition Open
    Exhibition Hall
    16:00
    Have Your Say - Hugh's Interactive Poll
    16:10
    PANEL: Timing for 5G and Beyond - How Hard Can it Be?
    Chairman: Hugh Melvin, Panelists: Anand Ram - Calnex, Gil Biran - Oscilloquartz, Tony Flavin - Chronos, Pedro Antao Martins - NOS
    Ice Breaker
    kindly sponsored by Oscilloquartz
    18:00 - 19:30
    Day Two
    Nov 8, 2017
    Sources of Time - Part II
    Chairs:
    Chairs:
    Mary Carbin, Lee Cosart, Allan Armstring, Bob Cockshott
    09:00
    Improvement of GNSS time synchronization accuracy with NLOS multipath mitigation algorithms applied in GNSS receivers
    Seiji Yoshida, NTT/Katsunori NoritakeNTT
    09:20
    Danger in GPS jamming - How to overcome
    Moshe Kaplan - CTOGps Dome Ltd.
    09:40
    Timing in the pits - GNSS in challenged locations
    Kenneth Hann - Director R&DOscilloquartz Finland
    10:00
    Directions of Innovation - The Evolution of Oscillator Technology and Future Roadmap
    Allan Armstrong, Epson Electronics America/Chris McCormick, Yuichi Toriumi, Yasuo MaruyamaEpson Electronics America
    10:20
    Enhanced PRTC: GNSS and Atomic Clocks Combined
    Lee Cosart - Senior TechnologistMicrosemi
    10:40
    Session Q & A
    10:45
    Refreshment Break - Exhibition Open
    Exhibition Hall
    11:15
    Design and test results for frequency controlled DOCXO for 5G equipment
    Alexander Kotyukov, Morion/Yakov Vorokhovsky, Alexei Zaslavsky, Arkady NikonovMorion
    11:35
    How do Optically Pumped Cesium Beam Clocks enable ePRC and ePRTC Class B
    Alain Michaud, Oscilloquartz/Dr Patrick BerthoudOscilloquartz
    11:55
    Impact of the local oscillator ΔF/ΔT on the accuracy of IEEE1588
    Nazariy Tshchynskyy - SiTime
    12:15
    One Oscillator - Many packet clocks
    Ullas Kumar - BDMRakon
    12:35
    Operational Selection of the healthiest (e)PRTC precision clocks
    Anthony Flavin - Head of ResearchChronos Technolgy Ltd
    12:55
    Session Q & A
    13:00
    Lunch Break
    Time Transfer
    Chairs:
    Chairs:
    Andy Proctor, Charles Curry, Guy Buesnel, Ken Hann
    14:00
    Synchronisation Over The Air
    Tim Frost - Strategic Technology ManagerCalnex
    14:20
    Enhanced Clocks and Time Transfer
    Helmut Imlau - Dipl.-Ing.Deutsche Telekom
    14:40
    TaaS to service the IoT world of tomorrow
    Joerg Urban - Director Business Development OSA EuropeAdva Optical Networking
    15:00
    A Hybrid Time Transfer Approach for Robust Network Time Transfer
    George Zampetti - Chief ScientistMicrosemi
    15:20
    Session Q & A
    15:25
    Refreshment Break - Exhibition Open
    Exhibition Hall
    15:55
    Have Your Say - Hugh's Interactive Poll
    16:00
    Ultra-accurate time transfer based on the IEEE-1588 High Accuracy Profile standard. A high scalability and resilience approach
    Pablo Marín Jiménez, Seven Solutions/Javier Díaz, Eduardo RosSeven Solutions
    16:20
    ELSTAB - electronically stabilized fiber optic system for time and frequency distribution with picoseconds accuracy
    tukasz Sliwczynski, Agh University Of Science And Technology/Przemystaw Krehlik (AGH), Jacek Kotodziej (AGH), tukasz Buczek (AGH), Marcin Lipinski (AGH)Agh University Of Science And Technology
    16:40
    Evolution of PTP
    Douglas Arnold - Principal TechnologistJTIME! Meinberg USA
    17:00
    NRC Remote Clock - Traceable Time Dissemination with Nanosecond Accuracy.
    Marina Gertsvolf, National Research Council Canada/John Bernard, André Charbonneau, Bill Hoger, Hai PhamNational Research Council Canada
    17:20
    Session Q & A
    ITSF AGM
    17:30 - 18:00
    Drinks Reception
    kindly sponsored by Calnex
    19:00 - 20:00
    Gala Dinner
    kindly sponsored by Calnex
    20:00 - 22:00
    Day Three
    Nov 9, 2017
    Practical Implementations of Time Delivery: Part I
    Chairs:
    Chairs:
    Mike Gilson, Tommy Cook, Helmut Imlau, Hartmut Roth
    09:00
    Nanoseconds in HW or Microseconds in SW, which is tougher?
    Tommy Cook - CEOCalnex Solutions Ltd.
    09:20
    Practical lessons from the deployment of edge grandmasters
    Simon Butcher - Solutions ArchitectMicrosemi
    09:40
    Enabling installed based networks for accurate phase delivery and assurance
    Nir Laufer - PLM Director ADVA Optical Networking Oscilloquartz
    10:00
    Practical implementation of a IEEE 1588 based synchronization distribution system
    Daniel Gallant - Systems EngineerSilicon Labs
    10:20
    Time FireWall: Securing the GPS against Spoofing/Jamming
    Shemi Prazot - Hardware Systems ArchitectAccubeat
    10:40
    Session Q & A
    10:45
    Refreshment Break - Exhibition Open
    Exhibition Hall
    11:15
    GNSS Jamming and detection
    Billy Marshall - Research Systems EngineerChronos Technology
    11:35
    Developing a GNSS resiliency framework for timing receivers
    Guy Buesnel - PNT Security TechnologistSpirent Communications
    11:55
    Secure Telecom Network Synchronisation with GNSS
    Robert Urbaniak - Piktime Systems
    12:15
    It is time for Time?
    Tomasz Widomski - ELPROMA ELEKTRONIKA SP. Z O.O.
    12:35
    Session Q & A
    12:40
    Lunch Break
    Practical Implementation of Time Delivery: Part II
    Chairs:
    Chairs:
    Marc Weiss, Dominik Schneuwly, Silvana Rodrigues, Hanna Dahlen
    13:40
    MiFID II and beyond. In depth session on a slightly different approach to compliance validation.
    George Nowicki - Low Latency Solutions ExpertTp Icap
    14:00
    How to save 1TeraWatt/year with time sync
    Didrik Ehrenborg, Meinberg/Daniel ReimhultMeinberg
    14:20
    Regarding Simulation Models for Clock Recovery
    Kishan Shenoi - CTOQulsar, Inc.
    14:40
    The Role of Oscillators in the World of Time
    George Zampetti - Chief ScientistMicrosemi
    15:00
    Exploiting a Natural Network Effect for Scalable, Fine-grained Clock Synchronization
    Professor Balaji PrabhakarStanford University
    15:20
    Session Q & A
    15:25
    Have Your Say - Hugh's Interactive Poll
    15:30
    Closing Remarks from the Chair
    Charles Curry - MDChronos Technology Limited
    15:45
    Refreshment Break
    Exhibition Hall

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