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Time and frequency transfer with the ESA/CNES ACES-PHARAO mission

  • P. Delva (a1), C. Le Poncin-Lafitte (a1), P. Laurent (a1), F. Meynadier (a1) and P. Wolf (a1)...

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We have written a theoretical description of one-way and two-way satellite time and frequency transfer and developed a model of the micro-wave link in the frame of the ACES/PHARAO mission. This is used to write a data analysis software and a simulation to test it. A very short description of the mission and of the micro-wave link is given here. A detailed description can be found in Delva et al., 2012, Proceedings of the EFTF, Gothenburg, Sweden, arXiv:1206.6239.

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Time and frequency transfer with the ESA/CNES ACES-PHARAO mission

  • P. Delva (a1), C. Le Poncin-Lafitte (a1), P. Laurent (a1), F. Meynadier (a1) and P. Wolf (a1)...

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