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|Title:||Continuous operation of an odd parity Lorentz Invariance test in electrodynamics using a microwave interferometer|
le Floch, J.M.
|Citation:||2008 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium, FCS, 2008, pp.729-732|
|Conference Name:||2008 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium (19 May 2008 - 21 May 2008 : Honolulu, HI)|
|Michael E. Tobar, Eugene N. Ivanov, Paul L. Stanwix, Jean-Michel le Floch, John G. Hartnett|
|Abstract:||We present results from an odd parity test of Lorentz invariance in electrodynamics, based on a rotating microwave interferometer with permeable material in one arm. The experiment has been operating continuously since September 2007. Results set a limit on the standard model extension (SME) scalar Lorentz violating parameter, kappa(tr), of -0.8plusmn3.6times10⁻⁷.|
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