Towards a solution to the field uniformity problem in the high field cesium beam frequency standard

@article{Marchi1997TowardsAS,
  title={Towards a solution to the field uniformity problem in the high field cesium beam frequency standard},
  author={A. De Marchi and M. Siccardi and V. Barychev},
  journal={Proceedings of International Frequency Control Symposium},
  year={1997},
  pages={234-239}
}
The most severe requirement, with respect to accuracy, for a Cesium beam primary frequency standard operating in the high C-field configuration, is the uniformity of the C-field along the atomic trajectory. In fact, the latter determines the size of the average quadratic Zeeman shift, which is the biggest cause of uncertainty in such a standard: a uniformity of the order of 10/sup -6/ is required to guarantee an accuracy in the low 10/sup -14/. Such a high level of uniformity is very difficult… Expand
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First accuracy projection for the high C-field Cs beam frequency standard

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