GPS Time Synchronization System for K 2 K 1

  title={GPS Time Synchronization System for K 2 K 1},
  author={Heather Berns and R. Jeffrey Wilkes},
The K2K (KEK E362) long-baseline neutrino oscillations experiment requires synchronization of clocks with ~100 nsec accuracy at the near and far detector sites (KEK and SuperKamiokande, respectively), which are separated by 250 km. The Global Positioning System (GPS) provides a means for satisfying this requirement at very low cost. In addition to lowresolution time data (day of year, hour, minute, second), commercial GPS receivers output a 1 pulse per sec (1PPS) signal whose leading edge is… CONTINUE READING
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