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Quadratic dependence on temperature of Cs 0-0 hyperfine resonance frequency in single Ne buffer gas microfabricated vapour cell

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8 Author(s)
Miletic, D. ; Phys. Dept., UniNe, Neucĥatel, Switzerland ; Dziuban, P. ; Boudot, R. ; Hasegawa, M.
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Presented is the observation of a quadratic temperature dependence of the Cs 0-0 ground state hyperfine resonance frequency in a single Neon (Ne) buffer gas vapour microcell. The inversion temperature, expected to be theoretically independent of the buffer gas pressure, is measured to be about 80-C for two different samples. A proposal to develop chip scale atomic clocks with improved long-term frequency stability, simpler configuration (a single buffer gas instead of a buffer gas mixture) and then relaxed constraints on pressure accuracy during the cell filling procedure is presented.

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Electronics Letters  (Volume:46 ,  Issue: 15 )

Date of Publication:

July 22 2010

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