The research group of atomic spin gyroscope from the National Time Service Center of the Chinese Academy of Sciences developed a hybrid atomic spin oscillator based on a Rb-Xe atomic comagnetometer.07 24, 2023
the National Time Service Center(NTSC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) developed a device for All-fiber telecom band energy-time entangled biphoton source. The research is published in Chinese Optics Letters and has been selected as Editor' pick.05 11, 2023
The researchers proposed a scheme to effectively extract the basic spatial modes from vector beams based on the PDA technology, and the topological states of the extracted modes are well preserved.05 11, 2023
Two popular science books nominated by the National Time Service Center,"Navigation Stars and Sinan" and "Sky Gazing(chinese version)" was selected in the list of "Outstanding Popular Science Books of Shaanxi Province in 2023" (15 in total) in the 2023 Shaanxi Province Outstanding Popular Science Book Selection.
From 15th to 20th Oct. 2023, the seventeenth meeting of the International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (ICG-17) and Series Meetings were held in Madrid, Spain in hybrid format. Led by Professor LU Xiaochun, the group leader of Chinese delegation, 6 participants of NTSC attended the great event in Madrid.
On October 18, the scientific and technological achievement of the National Time Service Center(NTSC)of Chinese Academy of Sciences(CAS), "Beidou: Guarding the Serenity of Sarez Lake", was successfully selected into the top of ten cases of "Digital Economy Contributing to Inclusive Growth, Benefits for all".
In March 2001, the Shaanxi Astronomy Observatory was renamed as the National Time Service Center (NTSC) with the approval of the State Commission Office of Public Sector Reform. Since then, NTSC has been focusing on time service: satisfying the urgent needs of China’s development for different precision especially high precision time serviceMore+
The National Time Service Center (formerly Shaanxi Astronomy Observatory) began to study the low-frequency time code timing technology in 1993. In 1999, a practical test platform was built in Pucheng, Shaanxi Province. In 2007, a high-power low frequency time-code time service station was set up in Shangqiu, Henan Province, the call sign is BPC.More+
In order to meet the requirements of measurement and control of satellite launch and space technology development, the development and construction of the long wave time service station (326 project) was launched officially after the approval of the State Council in June 1973.More+
In the 1960s, due to the demands of large-scale economic construction, China decided to build a special time service station in the hinterland of China as soon as possible.More+