Time and frequency in fundamental metrology

  title={Time and frequency in fundamental metrology},
  author={B. Petley},
The author shows that because time and frequency are the most accurately measured physical quantities, it is desirable to tie other physical quantities to time and frequency measurements. A review of the progress that has been made in this direction along with speculation on possibilities for the future are given. The role of time and frequency in a wide range of measurements is discussed, particularly those involving the International System of Units (SI) and fundamental physical constants. > 
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Fine tuning the SI units and fundamental physical constants
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  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A: Mathematical and Physical Sciences
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Methods of distributing time and frequency: A review
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Time-and-frequency synchronization at using the signals of geostationary satellites of SBAS system
Single electron manipulation in silicon nanowires for quantum technologies
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