|Event Date: 05/17/2012 01:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time|
|Session Start Time: 05/17/2012 12:45 PM Eastern Daylight Time|
Advanced low-frequency (LF) signals are back on the air in North America, with live testing of a wide-area precise-timing solution. Initial tests include a comprehensive pallet of signals, including eLoran, that are being evaluated for their ability to provide a robust, wide-area, wireless precise-timing alternative that can operate cooperatively with GPS, or during periods of GPS unavailability. The high-power, virtually jam-proof and spoof-proof LF signals operate independently of GPS and GNSS, and provide a Universal Coordinated Time reference, critical to many aspects of U.S. national infrastructure, on the order of tens of nanoseconds.
For background and results to date of these low-frequency tests, tune in to our May 17 webinar, hosted by Don Jewell, with guest speakers directly involved in U.S. testing and also with eLoran implementation in the UK.