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Innovations in Time: A Scientist's Perspective

Innovations in Time: A Scientist's Perspective An interview with George Zampetti, Chief Scientist, Symmetricom By Praveen Gupta, Editor-at-Large Time that we take it for granted and limit to watches without realizing that time is integrated in almost every electronic device these days. How do all these devices get the correct time irrespective of their location or time zone. In an interview with Praveen Gupta, George Zampetti, Chief Scientist at Symmetricom explains various aspects of synchronizing computer, communications and instrumentation systems. PG1: How do you work in the world of time? GS1: The answer to that question is it comes to us. The word time is synergistic with the eco system. The predominant application of time in communications has been in frequency. Time is an emerging exercise in communications. As we see the systems we need to coordinate the eco system that comes to us. The way we work in the world of time is that there is actually a commercial need. We get the IP protection and work inside the standards. It is actually the world of consensus. People are defining protocols and methodologies for distribution, consumption and use of time. PG2: How do you distribute time to the masses? GS2: The issue of distributing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Innovation Science Emerald Publishing

Innovations in Time: A Scientist's Perspective

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
1757-2223
DOI
10.1260/1757-2223.5.2.131
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Abstract

An interview with George Zampetti, Chief Scientist, Symmetricom By Praveen Gupta, Editor-at-Large Time that we take it for granted and limit to watches without realizing that time is integrated in almost every electronic device these days. How do all these devices get the correct time irrespective of their location or time zone. In an interview with Praveen Gupta, George Zampetti, Chief Scientist at Symmetricom explains various aspects of synchronizing computer, communications and instrumentation systems. PG1: How do you work in the world of time? GS1: The answer to that question is it comes to us. The word time is synergistic with the eco system. The predominant application of time in communications has been in frequency. Time is an emerging exercise in communications. As we see the systems we need to coordinate the eco system that comes to us. The way we work in the world of time is that there is actually a commercial need. We get the IP protection and work inside the standards. It is actually the world of consensus. People are defining protocols and methodologies for distribution, consumption and use of time. PG2: How do you distribute time to the masses? GS2: The issue of distributing

Journal

International Journal of Innovation ScienceEmerald Publishing

Published: Jun 1, 2013

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