An active optical frequency standard is a kind of laser source emitting light with a very well-defined and known optical frequency or sometimes a set of a few or even many well-defined optical frequency components in a frequency comb Combined with an optical clockwork such a frequency standard can form the basis of an optical clock Other application areas of It is now approximately ten times more accurate than NIST-7 a cesium beam atomic clock that served as the United State's primary time and frequency standard from 1993-1999 Technical Description NIST-F1 is referred to as a fountain clock because it uses a fountain-like movement of atoms to measure frequency and time interval First a gas of

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We realize a high-stability laser by modulation transfer spectroscopy and apply it to implement a high-performance compact optically pumped cesium beam atomic clock Evaluated by the optical heterodyne method with two identical frequency-stabilized lasers the frequency instability of the 852 nm laser directly referenced on thermal atoms is 2 6#x00D7 10#x2212 13 at the

We are developing a chip-scale atomic clock (CSAC) with the goal of producing a 1 cm3 device that can provide a stability of 1x10-11 over 1 hour while consuming only 30 mW While the stability goals are modest equivalent to the power and size goals are quite ambitious each more than two orders of magnitude smaller than existing technology

There are different types of atomic clocks but all of them follow the basic principle The major difference is associated with the element used and the means of detecting when the energy level changes The first type of atomic clock is the cesium atomic clock For this type of atomic clock it employs a beam of cesium atoms The clock

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MAC-SA5X Miniaturized Atomic Clock This rubidium-based atomic clock can meet your ultra-stable frequency and timing requirements when your design's small size and power constraints prevent the use of larger lamp-based atomic clocks This next-generation miniature atomic clock is completely redesigned for rapid warm-up time and to support a

The master atomic clock ensemble at the U S Naval Observatory in Washington D C which provides the time standard for the U S Department of Defense The rack mounted units in the background are Microsemi (formerly HP) 5071A caesium beam clocks The black units in the foreground are Microsemi (formerly Sigma-Tau) MHM-2010 hydrogen maser standards

atomic clock electric or electronic timekeeping device that is controlled by atomic or molecular oscillations A timekeeping device must contain or be connected to some apparatus that oscillates at a uniform rate to control the rate of movement of its hands or the rate of change of its digits

This clock was used into the 1990s as part of the NIST time system NBS-5 1972 -- NBS-5 an advanced cesium beam device is completed and serves as the primary standard NBS-6 1975 -- NBS-6 begins operation an outgrowth of NBS-5 it is one of the world's most accurate atomic clocks neither gaining nor losing one second in 300 000 years

In a standard atomic clock a beam of caesium-133 atoms is probed by microwaves that have a frequency of about 9 2 x 10 9 Hz When the microwave frequency is adjusted to a value of exactly 9192 631 770 Hz the photons have an energy that is equal to the energy difference between the two very closely spaced energy levels that make up the ground

The master atomic clock ensemble at the U S Naval Observatory in Washington D C which provides the time standard for the U S Department of Defense The rack mounted units in the background are Symmetricom (formerly HP) 5071A caesium beam clocks The black units in the foreground are Symmetricom (formerly Sigma-Tau) MHM-2010 hydrogen maser standards

In the present invention a new atomic clock is proposed comprising: at least one light source adapted to provide an optical beam at least one photo detector and a vapor cell comprising a first optical window said optical beam being directed through said vapor cell for providing an optical frequency reference signal said photo detector being adapted to detect said optical frequency

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A cesium(-beam) atomic clock (or cesium-beam frequency standard) is a device that uses as a reference the exact frequency of the microwave spectral line emitted by atoms of the metallic element cesium in particular its isotope of atomic weight 133 (Cs-133) The integral of frequency is time so this frequency 9 192 631 770 hertz (Hz

Some Definitions Atomic Clock - A precision clock that depends for its operation on an electrical oscillator regulated by the natural vibration frequencies of an atomic system (as a beam of cesium atoms) Atom - The smallest particle of an element that can exist either alone or in combination the atom is considered to be a source of vast potential energy

History of the Atomic Clock 1879 Lord Kelvin suggests idea of using atomic transitions to measure time 1945 Isidor Rabi a physics professor at Columbia University suggests a clock could be made from a technique he developed in the 1930's called atomic beam

There are different types of atomic clocks but all of them follow the basic principle The major difference is associated with the element used and the means of detecting when the energy level changes The first type of atomic clock is the cesium atomic clock For this type of atomic clock it employs a beam of cesium atoms The clock

In 1945 Rabi first publicly suggested that atomic beam magnetic resonance might be used as the basis of a clock [5] The first atomic clock was an ammonia maser device built in 1949 at the U S National Bureau of Standards (NBS now NIST) It was less accurate than existing quartz clocks but served to demonstrate the concept [6]

This clock was used into the 1990s as part of the NIST time system NBS-5 1972 -- NBS-5 an advanced cesium beam device is completed and serves as the primary standard NBS-6 1975 -- NBS-6 begins operation an outgrowth of NBS-5 it is one of the world's most accurate atomic clocks neither gaining nor losing one second in 300 000 years

of the caesium atomic clock has been the quest for ever increasing interaction times of the atoms with the mi-crowave radiation [1] Impressive results have been ob-tained by use of a combination of widely separated Ram-sey zones and the magnetic selection of slow atoms [2] However intra-beam collisions and the velocity distribu-