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Atmospheric Clock Transfer Based on Femtosecond Frequency Combs

By Lingze Duan and Ravi P. Gollapalli

Submitted: May 6th 2011Reviewed: October 12th 2011Published: March 23rd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/34973

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