Abstract

Optical frequency references are transferred in the atmosphere over a 60-m round-trip propagation distance. Fractional instability ~10−14–10−13 at 1s is observed and large phase modulation caused by air fluctuation leads to sizeable linewidth broadening.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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