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Type: Conference paper
Title: An optical fibre-based frequency dissemination network for Australia
Author: He, Y.
Hsu, M.T.L.
Gray, M.B.
Wouters, M.J.
Warrington, R.B.
Luiten, A.N.
Orr, B.J.
Baldwin, K.G.H.
Shaddock, D.A.
Aben, G.
Citation: 2011 Joint Conference of the IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium & European Frequency and Time Forum Proceedings, 2011 / pp.649-651
Publisher: IEEE
Issue Date: 2011
Series/Report no.: IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium
ISBN: 9781612841106
ISSN: 1075-6787
Conference Name: 2011 Joint Conference of the IEEE International Frequency Control and the European Frequency and Time Forum (FCS 2011) (02 May 2011 - 05 May 2011 : San Francisco, California)
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Yabai He, Magnus T. L. Hsu, Malcolm B. Gray, Michael J. Wouters and R. Bruce Warrington, Andre N. Luiten, Brian J. Orr, Kenneth G. H. Baldwin and Daniel A. Shaddock, Guido Aben
Abstract: An optical-fibre network is being planned for distribution of optical and microwave reference frequencies in Australia. This network would connect a number of research facilities and the National Measurement Institute (NMI), allowing long-range comparison of frequency standards to high precision and providing reference signals for a wide range of applications. First results for transfer in the laboratory achieve a fractional frequency stability of 7×10-17 at an averaging time of 104 s for the distribution of an 80 MHz radio frequency signal. We present details of the technique used to cancel noise introduced by the fibre, describe the all-digital radio-frequency phasemeter used to characterise performance, and outline plans for the further development of the network.
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0030008463
DOI: 10.1109/FCS.2011.5977783
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