23 August 2017 Optical stabilization for time transfer infrastructure
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In this paper, we propose and present verification of all-optical methods for stabilization of the end-to-end delay of an optical fiber link. These methods are verified for deployment within infrastructure for accurate time and stable frequency distribution, based on sharing of fibers with research and educational network carrying live data traffic. Methods range from path length control, through temperature conditioning method to transmit wavelength control. Attention is given to achieve continuous control for relatively broad range of delays. We summarize design rules for delay stabilization based on the character and the total delay jitter.
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Josef Vojtech, Josef Vojtech, Michal Altmann, Michal Altmann, Pavel Skoda, Pavel Skoda, Tomas Horvath, Tomas Horvath, Martin Slapak, Martin Slapak, Vladimir Smotlacha, Vladimir Smotlacha, Ondrej Havlis, Ondrej Havlis, Petr Munster, Petr Munster, Jan Radil, Jan Radil, Jan Kundrat, Jan Kundrat, Lada Altmannova, Lada Altmannova, Radek Velc, Radek Velc, Miloslav Hula, Miloslav Hula, Rudolf Vohnout, Rudolf Vohnout, } "Optical stabilization for time transfer infrastructure", Proc. SPIE 10373, Applied Optical Metrology II, 1037310 (23 August 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2274815; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2274815
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