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Global Time Distribution via Satellite-Based Sources of Entangled Photons

@inproceedings{Haldar2022GlobalTD,
  title={Global Time Distribution via Satellite-Based Sources of Entangled Photons},
  author={Stav Haldar and Iv{\'a}n Agull{\'o} and Anthony J. Brady and Antia Lamas-Linares and W. Cyrus Proctor and James E. Troupe},
  year={2022}
}
We propose a satellite-based scheme to perform clock synchronization between ground stations spread across the globe using quantum resources. We refer to this as a quantum clock synchronization (QCS) network. Through detailed numerical simulations, we assess the feasibility and capabilities of a near-term implementation of this scheme. We consider a small constellation of nanosatellites equipped only with modest resources. These include quantum devices such as spontaneous parametric down… 
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