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Type: Journal article
Title: Long-distance frequency dissemination with a resolution of 10‾¹⁷
Other Titles: Long-distance frequency dissemination with a resolution of 10-bar(17)
Author: Daussy, C.
Lopez, O.
Amy-Klein, A.
Goncharov, A.
Guinet, M.
Chardonnet, C.
Narbonneau, F.
Lours, M.
Chambon, D.
Bize, S.
Clairon, A.
Santarelli, G.
Tobar, M.
Luiten, A.
Citation: Physical Review Letters, 2005; 94(20):203904-1-203904-4
Publisher: American Physical Society
Issue Date: 2005
ISSN: 0031-9007
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C. Daussy, O. Lopez, A. Amy-Klein, A. Goncharov, M. Guinet, C. Chardonnet, F. Narbonneau, M. Lours, D. Chambon, S. Bize, A. Clairon, and G. Santarelli, M. E. Tobar and A. N. Luiten
Abstract: We use a new technique to disseminate microwave reference signals along ordinary optical fiber. The fractional frequency resolution of a link of 86 km in length is 10(-17) for a one day integration time, a resolution higher than the stability of the best microwave or optical clocks. We use the link to compare the microwave reference and a CO2/OsO4 frequency standard that stabilizes a femtosecond laser frequency comb. This demonstrates a resolution of 3 x 10(-14) at 1 s. An upper value of the instability introduced by the femtosecond laser-based synthesizer is estimated as 1 x 10(-14) at 1 s.
Rights: © 2005 The American Physical Society
RMID: 0030010576
DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.94.203904
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