Discover how micro atomic clocks can become critical assets on the battlefield from experts with the Government Accountability Office (GAO), Jackson Labs Technologies and Orolia Defense & Security
 

Whether it is for wireless communication, radar systems synchronization or ensuring reliable and accurate underwater sensing, the increasing need for ultra-precise and accurate timekeeping became a concrete battlefield necessity. Many defense applications rely on highly precise and stable frequency sources to ensure timing resilience even in GNSS-denied environments.

Atomic clocks designs have been evolving through the years to fit various type of applications, but defense applications have way more requirements than any other sectors combined regarding low phase noise, size, weight, low power consumption … etc.

Latest requirements led to the creation of a new generation of micro atomic clocks, optimized frequency sources specifically designed to maintain ten times higher accuracy levels than the first-generation Chip Scale Atomic Clocks (CSAC) and with lower consumption than a standard Oven-Controlled Quartz Oscillator (OCXO). 

Panelists will discuss key factors to describe how and when a micro atomic can be a best fit for a various range of military applications by demonstrating successful implementation and their direct impact on the battlefield.
 

Confirmed panelists include:

William Bauder, Senior Physical Scientist, Government Accountability Office (GAO) 

Gregor Said Jackson, President, Jackson Labs Technologies, Inc.

David Garigen, Director Of Engineering, Orolia Defense & Security

Moderator:

John Fischer, VP Advanced R&D, Orolia