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V. Zhang and Z. LiMeasured Ionosphere Delay Correction for Code-Based GPS Time TransferSubmitted   2756
F.N. Baynes, F. Quinlan, T.M. Fortier, Q. Zhou, A. Beling, J.C. Campbell, and S.A. DiddamsAttoseconds Limits and Optical-to-Microwave ConversionSubmitted   2755
W. Loh, A. Green, F. Baynes, D. Cole, F. Quinlan, H. Lee, K. Vahala, S. Papp, and S.A. DiddamsDual microcavity narrow linewidth Brillouin laserSubmitted   2754
A. Klose, G. Ycas, D.L. Maser, and S.A. DiddamsTunable, Stable Source of Femtosecond Pulses Near 2 Ám Generated by an Erbium-Based SupercontinuumSubmitted   2753
K. Beloy, N. Hinkley, N. Phillips, J. Sherman, M. Schioppo, J. Lehman, A. Feldman, L. Hanssen, C. Oates, and A. LudlowAn atomic clock with 1Î10ľ18 room-temperature blackbody Stark uncertaintySubmitted   2752
S.R. Jefferts, T.P. Heavner, S. Barlow, and N. AshbyComment on Gibble Physical Review A 90 015601 (2014)Submitted   2751
W. Loh, S. Papp, and S. DiddamsStimulated Brillouin scattering microresonator lasersSubmitted   2750
E. Blanshan, E.A. Donley, and J.Kitching Light-shift evaluation in a pulsed cold-atom coherent population trapping clockSubmitted   2749
L. Nugent-Glandorf, and S.A. DiddamsOpen-Air, Broad-Bandwidth Trace-Gas Sensing with a Mid-Infrared Optical Frequency CombSubmitted   2748
J. Yao, and J. LevineAn Improvement of RINEX-Shift Algorithm for Continuous GPS Carrier-Phase Time TransferSubmitted   2747
W. Sun, F. Quinlan, T.M. Fortier, J.-D. Deschenes, Y. Fu, S.A. Diddams, and J.C. CampbellBroadband noise limit in the photodetection of ultralow jitter optical pulse trainsSubmitted   2746
M.A. Lombardi, A.N. Novick, and V.S. ZhangA Low-Cost Time Transfer Receiver for Contributions to Coordinated Universal TimeSubmitted   2742
T. Zanon-Willette, S. Almonacil, E. de Clercq, A.D. Ludlow, and E. ArimondoQuantum engineering of atomic phase-shifts in optical clocksSubmitted   2741
A.D. Ludlow, M.M. Boyd, J. Ye, E. Peik, and P.O. SchmidtOptical atomic clocksSubmitted   2740
M. Palmero, R. Bowler, J.P. Gaebler, D. Leibfried, and J.G. MugaFast Transport of Mixed Ion ChainsSubmitted   2739
D. A. Howe, A. Hati and C. W. NelsonUltra-low Phase Noise Frequency Synthesis from Optical Atomic Frequency StandardsSubmitted   2738
O. Alem, A.M. Benison, D.S. Barth, S. Knappe, and J. KitchingMagnetoencephalography of epilepsy with a microfabricated atomic magnetometerSubmitted   2736
N. Ashby, S. Barlow, T. Heavner, and S. JeffertsFrequency Shifts in NIST Cs Primary Frequency Standards Due To Transverse RF Field GradientsSubmitted   2734
P. DelĺHaye, A. Coillet, W. Loh, K. Beha, S.B. Papp, and S.A. DiddamsPhase Steps and Hot Resonator Detuning in Microresonator Frequency CombsSubmitted   2733
A. Hati, C.W. Nelson, and D.A. HowePM Noise Measurement at W-BandSubmitted   2732
O. Alem, T.H. Sander, R. Mhaskar, J. LeBlanc, H. Eswaran, U. Steinhoff, Y. Okada, J. Kitching, L. Trahms, and S. KnappeFetal magnetocardiography measurements with a multichannel microfabricated atomic magnetometer arraySubmitted   2731
J. LevineMeasuring Time and Comparing ClocksSubmitted   2718
D.C. Cole, S.B. Papp and S.A. DiddamsDown sampling of optical frequency combs for carrier-envelope offset frequency detectionSubmitted   2703
C.S. Miles, K. Kovach, J. Dobyne, K. Van Dyke, and M. WeissGPS Integrity Architecture OpportunitiesSubmitted   2701
T. Rosenband and D. LeibrandtExponential scaling of clock stability with atom numberSubmitted   2680
J.H. ShirleySecond-Order Sideband Pulling in Atomic Frequency StandardsSubmitted   2671
D.A. HoweAttaining 10-15 Fractional-frequency Accuracy in Short Time Intervals: Criteria and ProspectsSubmitted   2619
N. Ashby and M.A. WeissWhy the Noon-Midnight Redshift is Missing in the GPSSubmitted   2426
E. Rouvalis, F.N. Baynes, X. Xie, K. Li, Q. Zhou, F. Quinlan, T.M. Fortier, S.A. Diddams, A.G. Steffan, A. Beling, and J.C. CampbellHigh-Power and High-Linearity Photodetector Modules for Microwave Photonic ApplicationsJ. Lightwave Technol.323810-3816201410152726
J.M. Lopez-Romero, N. Diaz-Munoz, E. de Carlos-Lopez, M.A. Lombardi, M. Gertsvolf, and R. de CarvalhoImprovements in SIM Time Network and SIM Time Scale PerformanceProc. 2014 CENAM Metrology Symp. 6 p.201410102735
A. Hati, C.W. Nelson, B.Riddle and D.A. HoweA 40 GHz Air-Dielectric Cavity Oscillator with Low Phase Modulation NoiseNCSLI Measue J. Meas. Sci.948-54201409012729
A. Hati, C.W. Nelson, and D.A. HoweReducing oscillator PM noise from AM-PM noise correlationElectron. Lett.501195-1197201408142737
Y. Colombe,D.H. Slichter, A.C. Wilson, D. Leibfried, and D.J. WinelandSingle-mode optical fiber for high-power, low-loss UV transmissionOpt. Express2219783-19793201408082730
S. Knappe, T. Sander, and L. TrahmsOptically-Pumped Magnetometers for MEGMagnetoencephalography42993-999201408082687
A.C. Wilson, Y. Colombe, K.R. Brown, E. Knill, D. Leibfried, and D.J. WinelandTunable spin-spin interactions and entanglement of ions in separate controlled potential wellsNature51257-63201408072706
P.J. Ganssle, H.D. Shin, S.J. Seltzer, V.S. Bajaj, M.P. Ledbetter, D. Budker, S. Knappe, J. Kitching, and A. PinesUltra-Low-Field NMR Relaxation and Diffusion Measurements Using an Optical MagnetometerAngew. Chem. Int. Ed.539766-9770201407312694
J.M. Lopez-Romero, M.A. Lombardi, N. Diaz-Munoz, and E. de Carlos-LopezImproved Performance, Remote Realization, and Accessibility of the Inter-American Metrology System (SIM) Time ScaleProc. 2014 NCSLI Conf. 22 p.201407282720
S.B. Papp, K. Beha, P. Del'Haye, F. Quinlan, H. Lee, K. Vahala, and S.A. DiddamsMicroresonator frequency comb optical clockOptica110-14201407222699
J. Li, H. Lee, S.A. Diddams, and K.J. VahalaElectro-optical frequency division and stable microwave synthesisScience3458 p.201407192722
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and D.J. WinelandEarly observations of macroscopic quantum jumps in single atomsInt. J. Mass Spectrom. 7 p.201407012723
A.M. Steane, G. Imreh, J.P. Home, and D. LeibfriedPulsed force sequences for fast phase-insensitive quantum gates in trapped ionsNew J. Phys.1611201405282745
E.A. Donley, E. Blanshan, F.-X. Esnault, and J. KitchingFrequency Biases in a Cold-Atom Coherent Population Trapping ClockProc. 2014 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 1 p.201405222727
C. Nelson, A. Hati, and D. HoweCollapse of the Cross-spectral FunctionProc. 2014 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 2 p.201405222725
A. Hati, C. Nelson, and D. HoweCorrelation Measurements between PM and AM Noise in OscillatorsProc. 2014 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 3 p.201405222724
R. JimÚnez-MartÝnez, D.J. Kennedy, M. Rosenbluh, E.A. Donley, S. Knappe, S.J. Seltzer, H.L. Ring, V.S. Bajaj, and J. KitchingOptical hyperpolarizaiton and NMR detection of 129Xe on a microfluid chipNature Communications56 p.201405202681
F. Quinlan, F.N. Baynes, T.M. Fortier, Q. Zhou, A. Cross, J. Campbell, and S.A. DiddamsOptical amplification and pulse interleaving for low-noise photonics microwave generationOpt. Lett.391581-1584201405122713
W. Loh, P. Del'Haye, S.B. Papp, and S.A. DiddamsPhase and coherence of optical microresonator frequency combsPhys. Rev. A89053810-9201405092717
Y. Liang, O. Eliezer, D. Rajan, and J. LoweWWVB Time Signal Broadcast: A New Enhanced Broadcast Format and Multi-Mode ReceiverIEEE Commun. Mag.52210-217201405012719
T.P. Heavner, S.R. Jefferts, J.H. Shirley, T.E. Parker, E.A. Donley, N. Ashby, S. Barlow, F. Levi, and G. CostanzoFirst Accuracy Evaluation of NIST-F2Metrologia51174-182201405012704
R. JimÚnez-MartÝnez, S. Knappe, and J. KitchingAn optically-modulated zero-field atomic magnetometer with suppressed spin-exchange broadeningRev. Sci. Instrum.85045124-5201404292690
M.A. Zentile, R. Andrews, L. Weller, S. Knappe, C.S. Adams, and I.G HughesThe hyperfine Paschen-Back Faraday effectJ. Phys. B: At. Mol. Phys.47075005-7201403262716
G.Clos, M.Enderlein, U.Warring, T.Schaetz, and D. LeibfriedDecoherence-Assisted Spectroscopy of a Single Mg+ IonPhys. Rev. Lett.112113003-5201403212728
M.A. Lombardi and G.K. NelsonWWVB: A Half Century of Delivering Accurate Frequency and Time by RadioJ. Res. Natl. Inst. Stan.11925-54201403122702
B.C. Sawyer, J.W. Britton, and J.J. BollingerSpin eephasing as a probe of mode temperature, motional state distributions, and heating rates in a two-dimensional ion crystalPhys. Rev. A89033408-11201403102714
C. Nelson, A. Hati, and D. HoweA collapse of the cross-spectral function in phase noise metrologyRev. Sci. Instrum.85024705-7201402252697
K. Beloy229g-Th^3+ as a probe of the 229g-Th -> 229m-Th Nuclear Excitation EnergyPhys. Rev. Lett.112062503-5201402142709
D.Y. Oh, D. Sell, H. Lee, K.Y.Yang, K.J. Vahala, and S. DiddamsSupercontinuum generation in an on-chip silica waveguideOpt. Lett.391046-1048201402132715
S.R. Jefferts, T.P. Heavner, T.E. Parker, J. Shirley, E.A. Donley, and N. AshbyHigh-accuracy measurement of the black-body radiation frequency shift of the ground-state hyperfine transition in 133CsPhys. Rev. Lett.112050801-4201402072700
M.A. LombardiFrequency MeasurementThe Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors Handbook (2nd edition)Ch. 4226 p.201402032496
M.A. LombardiTime MeasurementThe Measurement, Instrumentation, and Sensors Handbook (2nd edition)Ch. 4121 p.201402032488
P. Del'Haye, K. Beha, S. Papp, and S. DiddamsSelf-Injection Locking and Phase-Locked States in Microresonator-Based Optical Frequency CombsPhys. Rev. Lett.112043905-6201401312691
Q. Quraishi, S. Diddams, and L. HollbergOptical phase-noise dynamics of Titanium:sapphire optical frequency combsOpt. Commun.32084-87201401242695
Y. Lin, J. P. Gaebler, F. Reiter, T. R. Tan, R. Bowler, A. Sorensen, D. Leibfried, and D. J. WinelandDissipative production of a maximally entangled steady state of two quantum bitsNature504415-420201312192689
D.R. Leibrandt, M.J. Thorpe , C.-W. Chou, T.M. Fortier, S.A. Diddams, and T. RosenbandAbsolute and Relative Stability of an Optical Frequency Reference Based on Spectral Hole Burning in Eu$^{3+}$:Y$_2$SiO$_5$Phys. Rev. Lett.111237402-5201312062693
T.E. ParkerThree-Corner Hat Analysis of the Stability of UTC and Various UTC(k)sProc. 2013 PTTI Mtg. 269-273201312052711
J. Yao and J. LevineA New Algorithm to Eliminate GPS Carrier-Phase Time Transfer Boundary DiscontinuityProc. 2013 PTTI Mtg. 292-303201312052710
C. Nelson, A. Hati, and D. HowePhase inversion and collapse of the cross-spectral functionElectron. Lett.491640-1641201312052698
N. Poli, C. W. Oates, P. Gill, and G. M. TinoOptical atomic clocksRiv. Nuovo Cimento36555-624201312012707
J. LoweEnhanced WWVB Broadcast Formathttp://tf.nist.gov 17 p.201311302705
E.A. DonleyA View on Energy Transfer Between Cold AtomsScience342942-943201311222708
P. Kunz, T. Heavner, and S. JeffertsPolarization-enhanced absorption spectroscopy for laser stabilizationAppl. Optics528048-8053201311202685
M. Foss-Feig, K.R.A. Hazzard, J.J. Bollinger, A.M. Rey, and C.W. ClarkDynamical quantum correlations of Ising models on an arbutrary lattice and their resilience to decoherenceNew J. Phys.1532 p.201311072744
J.M. Lˇpez-Romero, M.A. Lombardi, N. Diaz-Mu˝oz, and E. de Carlos-LopezSIM Time ScaleIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.623343-3350201311062613
F.-X. Esnault, E. Blanshan, E.N. Ivanov, R.E. Scholten, E.A. Donley, and J. KitchingCold-atom double-lambda coherent population trapping clockPhys. Rev. A88042120-5201310312682
D.A. Hite, Y.Colombe, A.C. Wilson, D.T.C. Allcock, D. Leibfried, D.J. Wineland, and D.P. PappasSurface science for improved ion trapsMRS Bull.38826-833201310012743
M.A. Lombardi, J.M. Lopez-Romero and N. Diaz-MunozAutomated Control of National Time Standards via the SIM Time ScaleProc. 10th Intl. Cong. Electrical Metrology (SEMETRO) 4 p.201309272678
M. Weiss, J. Eidson, C. Barry, L. Goldin, B. Iannucci, E. Lee, and K. StantonThe Case for Cross Disciplinary Research on Time Aware Applications, Computers and Communication Systems (TAACCS)http://tf.nist.gov 14 p.201309182436
H. Lee, M.-G. Suh, T. Chen, J. Li, S.A. Diddams, and K.J. VahalaSpiral resonators for on-chip laser frequency stabilizationNature Communications41-6201309172686
N. Hinkley, J.A. Sherman, N.B. Phillips, M. Schioppo, N.D. Lemke, K. Beloy, M. Pizzocaro, C.W. Oates, and A.D. LudlowAn atomic clock with 10^-18 instabilityScience3411215-1218201309132688
V. Zhang and T. ParkerA Study of the Diurnal in the Transatlantic TWSTFT DifferenceAsia-Pacific ATF Workshop1111 p.201309072696
A. Hati, C.W. Nelson, C. Barnes, D. Lirette, T. Fortier, F. Quinlan, J.A. DeSalvo, A. Ludlow, S.A. Diddams, and D.A. HoweState-of-the-Art RF Signal Generation From Optical Frequency DivisionIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.601796-1803201309022646
M. van den Worm, R. Paskauskas, B.C. Sawyer, J.J. Bollinger, and M. KastnerRelaxation timescales and decay of correlations in a long-range interacting quantum simulatorNew J. Phys.1519 p.201308022652
E.A. Donley, F.-X. Esnault, E. Blanshan, and J. KitchingCancellation of Doppler Shifts in a Cold-Atom CPT Clock2013 Joint UFFC, EFTF and PFM Symposium 445-447201307252692
S.B. Papp, P. Del'Haye, and S.A. DiddamsParametric seeding of a microresonator optical frequency combOpt. Express2110 p.201307162684
M.A. LombardiDetermining the Uncertainty of Frequency Measurements Referenced to GPS Disciplined OscillatorsProc. 2013 NCSLI Conf. 17 p.201307152683
J.J. Bollinger, J.W. Britton, and B.C. SawyerQuantum simulation and many-body physics with hundreds of trapped ionsProc. 2013 Conf. on Lasers and Electro-Optics 2 p.201307142567
D. WinelandSuperposition, Entanglement, and Raising Schroedinger's CatRev. Mod. Phys.851103-1114201307122677
S. Papp, P. Del'Haye, and S.A. DiddamsMechanical control of a laser-machined microresonator optical frequency combPhys. Rev. X3031103-7201307082618
T.R. Tan, J. Gaebler, R. Bowler, Y. Lin, J. Jost, D. Leibfried, and D. WinelandDemonstration of a Dressed-State Phase Gate for Trapped IonsPhys. Rev. Lett.110263002-5201306282540
P. Del'Haye, S. Papp, and S.A. DiddamsLaser-machined ultra-high-Q microrod resonators for nonlinear opticsAppl. Phys. Lett.102221119-4201306072667
M.A. WeissForeword to Book entitled Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE-1588 in Telecoms Sub Title: Next generation synchronization networksSynchronous Ethernet and IEEE-1588 in Telecommunications xi-xiv201306012679
F. Quinlan, T. M. Fortier, H. Jiang, and S. A. DiddamsAnalysis of shot noise in the detection of ultrashort optical pulse trainsJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B301775-1785201305312676
T.M. Fortier, F. Quinlan, A. Hati, C. Nelson, J.A. Taylor, Y. Fu, J. Campbell, and S.A. DiddamsPhotonic microwave generation with high-power photodiodesOpt. Lett.381712-1714201305142665
U. Warring, C. Ospelkaus, Y. Colombe, R. Jordens, D. Leibfried, and D.J. WinelandIndividual Ion Addressing with Microwave Field GradientsPhys. Rev. Lett.110173002-5201304262657
E.A. Donley and J. KitchingNuclear magnetic resonance gyroscopesOptical Magnetometry19369-386201304152611
S. Knappe and J. KitchingMicrofabricated Atomic MagnetometersOptical Magnetometry7125-141201304152569
Y. Lin, J.P. Gaebler, T.R. Tan, R. Bowler, J.D. Jost, D. Leibfried, and D.J. WinelandSympathetic Electromagnetically-Induced-Transparency Laser Cooling of Motional Modes in an Ion ChainPhys. Rev. Lett.110153002-5201304082660
M. Foss-Feig, K.R.A. Hazzard, J.J. Bollinger, and A.M. ReyNonequilibrium dynamics of arbitrary-range Ising models with decoherence: An exact analytic solutionPhys. Rev. A87042101-8201304032653
R. Bowler, U. Warring, J. Britton, and J. AminiWaveform Generator for Quantum Information Processing with Trapped IonsRev. Sci. Instrum.84033108-6201303202668
S.A. Meyer, T.M. Fortier, S. Lecomte, and S.A. DiddamsA frequency-stabilized Yb:KYW femtosecond laser frequency comb and its application to low-phase noise microwave generationAppl. Phys. B-Lasers O. 6 p.201303162674
F. Quinlan, T. M. Fortier, H. Jiang, A. Hati, C. Nelson, Y. Fu, J. Campbell, and S. A. DiddamsExploiting shot noise correlations in the photodetection of ultrashort optical pulse trainsNat. Photonics7290-293201303102649
M. Thorpe, D. Leibrandt, and T. RosenbandShifts of optical frequency references based on spectral hole burning in Eu3+:Y2SiO5New J. Phys.1512 p.201303062656
G.W. Hoth, E.A. Donley, and J. KitchingAtom numbers in magneto-optic traps with mm-scale beamsOpt. Lett.38661-663201302222666
D. Leibrandt, J. Bergquist, and T. RosenbandA cavity-stabilized laser with acceleration sensitivity below 10 ^-12/g^-1Phys. Rev. A87023829-7201302212670
J. Vig and D.A. HoweA One-Kilogram Quartz Resonator as a Mass StandardIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.60428-431201302012638
U. Warring, C. Ospelkaus, Y. Colombe, K.R. Brown, J.M. Amini, M. Carsjens, D. Leibfried and D.J. WinelandTechniques for microwave near-field quantum control of trapped ionsPhys. Rev. A87013437-11201301312655
J. LevineTime transfer using a satellite navigation systemYearb. Sci. Tech. 363-368201301012647
P. Del'Haye, S. Papp, and S.A. DiddamsHybrid Electro-Optically Modulated MicrocombsPhys. Rev. Lett.109263901-5201212282637
R. Mhaskar, S. Knappe, and J. KitchingA low-power, high-sensitivity micromachined optical magnetometerAppl. Phys. Lett.101241105-4201212112648
J.A. DeSalvo, A. Hati, C. Nelson, and D.A. HowePhase-Noise Measurement System for the Terahertz-BandIEEE T. Ter. Sci. Tech.2638-641201211302599
K. Beloy, J. Sherman, N. Lemke, N. Hinkley, C. Oates, and A. LudlowDetermination of the 5d6s 3D1 state lifetime and blackbody-radiation clock shift in YbPhys. Rev. A86051404-5201211292643
R. Jimenez-Martinez, W.C. Griffith, S. Knappe, J. Kitching, and M. ProutyHigh-bandwidth optical magnetometerJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B293398-3403201211282594
P.Adamson, I.Anghel, N.Ashby, G.Barr, M.Bishai, A.Blake, G.Bock, D.Bogert, R.Bumgarner, S.Cao, S.Childress, M.Christensen, J.Coelho, L.Corwin, D.CroninHennessy, J.de Jong, N.Devenish, M.Diwan, S.Jefferts, T.Parker, S.R÷misch, V. Zhang, and et. al.Measurement of the velocity of the neutrino with MINOSProc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 119-132201211262675
S. R÷misch, V. Zhang, T. E. Parker, and S. R. JeffertsEnabling accurate differential calibration of modern GPS receiversProc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 203-210201211262673
S. R÷misch, S.R. Jefferts, V. Zhang, T.E. Parker,N. Ashby, P. Adamson, G. Barr, A. Habig, J. Meier, C. James, R. Nicol, R. Plunkett, C. Rosenfeld, R. Bumgarner, M. Christensen, J. Hirschauer, B. Fonville, D. Matsakis, A.McKinley, E.Powers, and J.WrightSynchronization between remote sites for the MINOS experimentProc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 99-118201211262672
M.A. Weiss, J.Yao, and J. LiIn Search of a New Primary GPS Receiver for NISTProc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 179-186201211262669
E.A. Donley, F.-X. Esnault, E. Blanshan, and J. KitchingA Cold-Atom Clock Based on Coherent Population TrappingProc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 327-334201211262664
V. Zhang, T.E. Parker, R. Bumgarner, J. Hirschauer, A. McKinley, S. Mitchell, E. Powers, J. Skinner, and D. MatsakisRecent Calibrations of UTC(NIST) and UTC(USNO)Proc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 35-42201211262663
J. Yao and J. LevineGPS Carrier-Phase Time Transfer Boundary Discontinuity InvestigationProc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 317-326201211262661
M.A. Lombardi, A.N. Novick, J.M. Lopez-Romero, and R. RamosReplicating UTC(NIST) at Remote SitesProc. 2012 PTTI Mtg. 79-90201211262659
A. Hati, C.W. Nelson, C. Barnes, D. Lirette, J.A. DeSalvo and D.A. HoweUltra-low-Noise Regenerative Frequency DividerIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.592596-2598201211112609
M. Narins, P. Enge, B. Peterson, S. Lo, Y. Chen, D. Akos, and M. LombardiThe Need for a Robust and Precise Time and Frequency Alternative to Global Navigation Satellite SystemsThe Journal of Air Traffic Control5540-46201211012721
M. Narins, P. Enge, B. Peterson, S. Po, Y. Chen, D. Akos, and M. LombardiThe Need for a Robust, Precise Time and Frequency Alternative to GNSSGPS World238-12201211012662
T.W. Neely, L. Nugent-Glandorf, F. Adler, and S.A. DiddamsBroadband mid-infrared frequency upconversion with a aperiodically-poled LiNbO3 waveguideOpt. Lett.374332-4334201210152621
J.M. Lˇpez-Romero, M.A. Lombardi, N. Diaz-Mu˝oz, and E. de Carlos-LopezA new algorithm for clock weights for the SIM time scaleProc. 2012 CENAM Metrology Symp. 6 p.201210082623
L. Weller, K.S. Kleinbach, M.A. Zentile, C.S. Adams, I.G. Hughes and S. KnappeAbsolute absorption and dispersion of a rubidium vapour in the hyperfine Paschen-Back regimeJ. Phya. B-At. Mol. Opt.457 p.201210042645
M.A. LombardiMicrosecond Accuracy at Multiple Sites: Is it possible without GPS?IEEE Instru. Meas. Mag.1514-21201210022620
J. LoweEnhanced WWVB Broadcasthttp://tf.nist.gov 13 p.201209262651
S. Mahadevan, L. Ramsey, C. Bender, R. Terrien, J.T. Wright, S. Halverson, F. Hearty, M. Nelson, A. Burton, S. Redman, S. Osterman, S.A. Diddams, J. Kasting, and M. EndlThe Habitable-Zone Planet Finder: A Stabilized Fiber-Fed NIR Spectrograph for the Hobby-Eberly TelescopeProc. Of SPIE844684461S-14201209242639
M. Narins, P. Enge, B. Peterson, S. Lo, Y. Chen, D. Akos, and M. LombardiThe Need for a Robust Precise Time and Frequency Alternative to Global Navigation Satellite SystemsProc. 2012 ION GNSS Mtg. 6 p.201209172654
D.A. Hite, Y. Colombe, A.C. Wilson, K.R. Brown, U. Warring, R. J÷rdens, J. Jost, K.S. McKay, D.P. Pappas, D. Leibfried, and D.J. Wineland100-Fold Reduction of Electric-Field Noise in an Ion Trap Cleaned with In Situ Argon-Ion-Beam BombardmentPhys. Rev. Lett.109103001-5201209072596
C.W. Nelson and D.A. HoweA Sub-Sampling Digital PM/AM Noise Measurement SystemNCSLI Measure J. Meas. Sci.770-73201209012650
K. BeloyExperimental constraints on the polarizabilities of the 6s^2 1S0 and 6s6p 3P0 states of YbPhys. Rev. A86022521-6201208282644
J.J. Bollinger, J.W. Britton, and B.C. SawyerSimulating Quantum Magnetism with Correlated Non-Neutral Ion PlasmasProc. 2012 Int. Workshop on Non-Neutral Plasmas 200-2009201208272658
R. Bowler, J. Gaebler, Y. Lin, T.R. Tan, D. Hanneke, J. D. Jost, J. Home, D. Leibfried, and D. WinelandCoherent Diabatic Ion Transport and Separation in a Multizone Trap ArrayPhys. Rev. Lett.109080502-4201208242624
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J.D. Miller, F.C. Cruz, D.J. Berkeland, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandA Cryogenic Linear Ion Trap for ^(199)Hg^+ Frequency StandardsProc. 1996 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 1086-1088199606051515
E.S. Ferre-Pikal, F.L. Walls, J.R. Vig, and J.F. Garcia NavaExperimental Studies on Flicker Noise in Quartz Crystal Resonators as a Function of Electrode Volume, Drive Current, Type of Quartz and Fabrication ProcessProc. 1996 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 844-851199606051163
R.J. Besson, J.J. Boy, M. Mourey, E.S. Ferre-Pikal, and F.L. WallsPhase Noise Limitation Due to Amplitude Frequency Effects in State-of-the-Art QuartzProc. 1996 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 839-843199606051162
D.A. Howe and K.J. LainsonThe Effect of Drift on TOTALDEVProc. 1996 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 883-889199606051160
J.F. Garcia Nava, F.L. Walls, J.H. Shirley, W.D. Lee, and M.C. Delgado AramburoEnvironmental Effects in Frequency Synthesizers for Passive Frequency StandardsProc. 1996 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 973-979199606051159
W.D. Lee, J.H. Shirley, D.A. Jennings, S.R. Jefferts, T.E. Parker, and R.E. DrullingerAn Atomic Beam Velocity Servo for Optically Pumped Cesium Frequency StandardsProc. 1996 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 1082-1086199606051158
F.G. Ascarrunz and F.L. WallsA Standard for PM and AM Noise at 10.6, 21.2 and 42.4 GHzProc. 1996 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 852-853199606051157
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R.J. Yokelson, J.B. Burkholder, L. Goldfarb, R.W. Fox, M.K. Gilles, and A.R. RavishankaraTemperature Dependent Rate Coefficient for the Cl+ClNO_2 ReactionJ. Phys. Chem.991397-83199501011108
C.C. Chou, A.G. Maki, S. Ja. Tochitsky, J.-T. Shy, K.M. Evenson, and L.R. ZinkFrequency Measurements and Analysis of CO_2 00^0-[10^01,02^01]_(I,II) Sequence Band TransitionsJ. Mol. Spectrosc.172233-242199501011102
D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, and W.M. ItanoQuantum Effects in Measurements on Trapped IonsPhys. ScriptaT59286-293199501011098
J. DeYoung, W. Klepczynski, A. McKinley, W. Powell, P. Mai, P. Hetzel, A. Bauch, J. Davis, P. Pearce, F. Baumont, P. Claudon, P. Grudler, G. de Jong, D. Kirchner, H. Ressler, A. Soring, C. Hackman, and L. VeenstraThe 1994 International Transatlantic Two-Way Satellite Time and Frequency Transfer Experiment: Preliminary ResultsProc. 1994 PTTI Mtg. 39-49199412062563
F.L. Walls, E.S. Pikal, and C.W. NelsonTutorial: Fundamental Concepts and Definitions in PM and AM Noise Metrology; Discussion of Error Models for PM and AM Noise Measurements; State-of-the-Art Measurement Techniques for PM and AM Noise (3 parts)Proc. 1994 PTTI Mtg. 255-279199412061077
V.S. Zhang, D.D. Davis, and M.A. LombardiHigh Resolution Time Interval CounterProc. 1994 PTTI Mtg. 191-20019941206870
M.A. Weiss and C. ThomasImplementation of a Standard Format for GPS Common View DataProc. 1994 PTTI Mtg. 75-8419941206847
A. Dax, J.S. Wells, L. Hollberg, A.G. Maki, and W. UrbanSub-Doppler Frequency Measurements on OCS at 87 THz (3.4 Ám) with the CO Overtone LaserJ. Mol. Spectrosc.168416-4281994110168
E.C.C. Vasconcellos, L.R. Zink, G.P. Galvao, and K.M. EvensonNew N_2H_4 Far Infrared Laser Lines and FrequenciesIEEE J. Quantum Elect.302401-2405199410011439
D.A. Van Baak and L. HollbergProposed sum-and-difference method for optical frequency measurement in the near infraredOpt. Lett.191586-1588199410011083
A. Dax, J.S. Wells, L. Hollberg, A.G. Maki, and W. UrbanSub-Doppler Frequency Measurements on OCS at 87 THz (3.4 Ám) with the CO Overtone Laser: Considerations and DetailsNIST Tech. Note 1365 31 p.199409011042
L.M. Nelson, C.W. Nelson, and F.L. WallsRelationship of AM to PM Noise in Selected RF OscillatorsIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.41680-684199409011015
J.M. Brown, K.M. Evenson, and L.R. ZinkAtomic Sulfur: Frequency Measurement of the J = 0 left arrow Fine Structure Transition at 56.3 Microns by Laser Magnetic ResonanceAstrophys. J.431L147-L149199408201041
R.J. Yukelson, J.B. Burkholder, R.W. Fox, R.K. Talukdar, and A.R. RavishankaraTemperature Dependence of the NO_3 Absorption SpectrumJ. Phys. Chem.9813144-15019940802543
M.A. LombardiHow to Get NIST Traceable Time on Your ComputerProc. 1994 NCSL Conf. 299-31319940731834
J. LevineMeasurement of very low frequency vibrationsProc. 1994 SPIE Conf.2264160-169199407281060
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, and D.J. WinelandQuantum Mechanics with One, Two, and Many AtomsProc. 1994 Intl. Colloqu. Theor. Meth. Phys. 10-18199407041118
J.N. Tan, J.J. Bollinger, A.S. Barton, and D.J. WinelandLaser-Cooled Trapped-Ion Experiments at NISTProc. 1994 Non-Neutral Plasma Phys. Workshop 215-228199407011120
D.J. Wineland, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, and D.J. HeinzenSqueezed atomic states and projection noise in spectroscopyPhys. Rev. A.5067-88199407011038
C. Szekely, F.L. Walls, J.P. Lowe, R.E. Drullinger, and A.N. NovickReducing Local Oscillator Phase Noise Limitations on the Frequency Stability of Passive Frequency Standards: Tests of a New ConceptIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.41518-521199407011013
R.E. Drullinger, W.D. Lee, J.P. Lowe, F.L. Walls, D.J. Glaze, and J.H. ShirleySystematic Errors in NIST-7IEEE CPEM 1994 Conf. Dig. 131-132199406282185
C.S. Weimer, V.L. Velichansky, R.W. Fox, A.S. Zibrov, and L. HollbergDiode Lasers for Precision Spectroscopy of CalciumIEEE CPEM 1994 Conf. Dig. 171-172199406271448
M.E. Poitzsch, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandProgress Toward a Cryogenic ^(199)Hg^+ Ion Frequency StandardIEEE CPEM 1994 Conf. Dig. 31-32199406271447
C.C. Chou, J. Shy, A. Maki, L. Zink, and K.M. EvensonAccurate CO_2 Laser Frequencies and Molecular Constants for Regular and New Hot Band LinesIEEE CPEM 1994 Conf. Dig. 25-26199406271445
L. D'Evelyn, L. Hollberg, R.W. Fox, and Z.B. PopovicTunable Phase-Locked Diode Lasers for Precision SpectroscopyIEEE CPEM 1994 Conf. Dig. 451-452199406271443
J.H. Shirley and R.E. DrullingerZeeman Coherences and Dark States in Optically Pumped Cesium Frequency StandardsIEEE CPEM 1994 Conf. Dig 150-151199406271442
L.-H. Xu, R.M. Lees, K.M. Evenson, C.C. Chou, J.T. Shy, and E.C.C. VasconcellosSpectroscopy of new CH_3OH FIR lawer lines pumped by new CO_2 laser linesCan. J. Phys.721155-1164199406031426
L.R. Zink, G.P. Galvao, K.M. Evenson, and E.C.C. VasconcellosFar Infrared Laser Frequencies of ^(13)CD_3OHIEEE J. Quantum Elect.301361-1362199406011048
J.M. Brown, T.D. Varberg, K.M. Evenson, and A.L. CooksyFine-Structure Intervals of ^(14)N^+ by Far-Infrared Laser Magnetic ResonanceAstrophys. J.428L37-L40199406011033
D.A. Howe and D.B. PercivalWavelet Analysis for Synchronization and TimekeepingProc. 1994 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 791-79719940601690
I.D. Avramov, F.L. Walls, T.E. Parker, and G.K. MontrassSurface Transverse Wave Oscillators with Extremely Low Thermal Noise FloorsProc. 1994 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 379-39419940601639
M.E. Poitzsch, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandProgress on a Cryogenic Linear Trap for ^(199)Hg^+ IonsProc. 1994 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 744-74619940601580
F.L. Walls, C.W. Nelson, M. Siccardi, and A. De MarchiA New 5 and 10 MHz High Isolation Distribution AmplifierProc. 1994 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 567-57119940601498
J.P. Lowe, W.D. Lee, F.L. Walls, and R.E. DrullingerA Hybrid Digital/Analog Servo for the NIST-7 Frequency StandardProc. 1994 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 662-66519940601240
W.D. Lee, J.H. Shirley, and R.E. DrullingerVelocity Distributions of Atomic Beams by Gated Optical PumpingProc. 1994 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 658-66119940601191
P.H. Handel and F.L. WallsAnalysis of Quantum 1/F Effects in Frequency StandardsProc. 1994 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 539-5401994060117
M.A. WeissSONET in the Telecommunications Network: No More Flashing 12:00 on the Old VCR?Committee T1 Newsletter913-14199405121117
A.S. Zibrov, R.W. Fox, R. Ellingeen, C.S. Weimer, V.L. Velichansky, F.M. Tino, and L. HollbergHigh-resolution diode-laser spectroscopy of calciumAppl. Phys. B.59327-331199405011057
K.M. Evenson, C.C. Chou, B.W. Bach, and K.G. BachNew CW CO_2 Laser Lines: The 9 Ám Hot BandIEEE J. Quantum Elect.301187-1188199405011040
C.S. Weimer, J.J. Bollinger, F.L. Moore, and D.J. WinelandElectrostatic modes as a diagnostic in Penning-trap experimentsPhys. Rev. A.493842-3853199405011035
J.J. Bollinger, D.J. Wineland, and D.H.E. DubinNon-neutral ion plasmas and crystals, laser cooling, and atomic clocksPhys. Plasmas11403-1414199405011034
A.G. Maki, C.C. Chou, K.M. Evenson, L.R. Zink, and J.-T. ShyImproved Molecular Constants and Frequencies for the CO_2 Laser from New High-J Regular and Hot-Band Frequency MeasurementsJ. Mol. Spectrosc.167211-224199404121056
C.M. Volk and J. LevineAnalytical Estimation of Carrier Multipath Bias on GPS Position MeasurementsNIST Tech. Note 1366 68 p.199404121039
A.N. NovickAtomic clock accuracy needed: A look at time and timekeepingIEEE Potentials138-10199404011932
J.M. Brown, L.R. Zink, and K.M. EvensonA Measurement of the J=2 left arrow 1 Fine Structure Intervals for ^(28)Si and ^(29)Si in the Ground ^3P StateAstrophys. J.423L151-L154199403101028
W.D. Lee, J.P. Lowe, J.H. Shirley, and R.E. DrullingerMicrowave Leakage as a Source of Systematic Error and Long-Term Instability in Cesium Atomic Beam Frequency StandardsProc. 1994 EFTF Conf. 513-51619940309394
F.L. Walls, R. Barillet, R.J. Besson, J. Groslambert, P. Schumacher, J. Rufenacht, and K. HiltyInternational Comparison of Phase NoiseProc. 1994 EFTF Conf. 439-45619940309241
D.W. Allan and M.A. WeissThe Variance of Predictability of Hydrogen Masers and of Primary Cesium Standards in Support of a Real Time Prediction of UTCProc. 1994 EFTF Conf. 1049-106619940309217
L. D'Evelyn, L. Hollberg, and Z.B. PopovicA CWP Phase-Lock Loop for Diode-Laser StabilizationProc. 1994 IEEE MTT-S Dig. 65-68199402161446
T.D. Varberg, K.M. Evenson, and J.M. BrownDetection of OH+ in its a^1 state by far infrared laser magnetic resonanceJ. Chem. Phys.1002487-2491199402151029
S.P. Beaton, K.M. Evenson, and J.M. BrownRotational Spectroscopy of the CoH Radical in its Ground ^3f State by Far-Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance: Determination of Molecular ParametersJ. Mol. Spectrosc.164395-415199401011037
T.D. Varberg and K.M. EvensonThe Pure Rotational Spectra of CuH and CuD in Their Ground States Measured by Tunable Far-Infrared SpectroscopyJ. Mol. Spectrosc.164531-535199401011032
F. Matsushima, K.M. Evenson, and L.R. ZinkAbsolute Frequency Measurements of Methanol from 1.5 to 6.5 THzJ. Mol. Spectrosc.164517-529199401011027
D.W. Allan, J. Levine, D.D. Davis, and M.A. WeissDevice and method for providing accurate time and/or frequencyUnited States Patent No. 5,274,545 16 p.199312281795
W.M. Itano, U. Eichmann, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, M.G. Raizen, and D.J. WinelandLight Scattered from Two AtomsProc. 1993 ICOLS Conf. 410-419199312061051
J. LevineThe Future of Time and Frequency DisseminationProc. 1993 PTTI Mtg. 573-578199311291047
J. LevineThe NIST Internet Time ServicesProc. 1993 PTTI Mtg. 505-511199311291046
D.B. SullivanTime and Frequency Technology at NISTProc. 1993 PTTI Mtg. 33-3719931129657
M.A. Weiss, G. Petit, and S. ShattilA Comparison of GPS Broadcast and DMA Precise EphemeridesProc. 1993 PTTI Mtg. 293-30619931129578
J.M. Brown, K.M. Evenson, and L.R. ZinkLaser magnetic resonance measurement of the ^3P_1 - ^3P_2 fine structure splittings in ^(17)O and ^(18)OPhys. Rev. A.483761-3763199311011024
M.A. Lombardi and R.E. BeehlerTime and Frequency Services Offered by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)Proc. 1993 Preci. Meas. Power Sys. Conf. 11 p.199310271065
M. A. LombardiKeeping Time on Your PCBYTE1857-62199310011026
J.M. Brown, S.P. Beaton, and K.M. EvensonRotational Frequencies of Transition Metal Hydrides for Astrophysical Searches in the Far-InfraredAstrophys. J.414L125-L127199309101018
R.W. Fox, S.L. Gilbert, L. Hollberg, J.H. Marquardt, and H.G. RobinsonOptical probing of cold trapped atomsOpt. Lett.181456-1458199309011006
E.S. Ferre, L.M. Nelson, F.G. Ascarrunz, and F.L. WallsRelationship of AM to PM Noise in Selected Microwave Amplifiers, rf Oscillators, and Microwave OscillatorsProc. 1993 ICNF Conf. 611-61419930816490
R.W. Fox, G. Turk, N. Mackie, T.P. Zibrova, S.B. Waltman, M.P. Sassi, J. Marquardt, A.S. Zibrov, C.S. Weimer, and L. HollbergDiode Lasers and MetrologyProc. 1993 NATO ASI 279-286199308131089
W.M. Itano and N.F. RamseyAccurate Measurement of TimeSci. Am.26956-65199307011011
C. Szekely, F.L. Walls, J.P. Lowe, R.E. Drullinger, and A.N. NovickReducing the Effect of Local Oscillator Phase Noise on the Frequency Stability of Passive Frequency StandardsProc. 1993 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 81-86199306142187
U. Eichmann, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, W.M. Itano, J.G. Raizen, and D.J. WinelandInterference in the Resonance Fluorescence of Two Trapped AtomsProc. 1993 ELICOLS Conf. 43-48199306141052
F.L. WallsReducing Errors, Complexity, and Measurement Time for PM Noise MeasurementsProc. 1993 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 289-297199306021017
A. Lepek and F.L. WallsCross Correlation Analysis Improves Time-Domain MeasurementsProc. 1993 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 312-320199306021016
F.G. Ascarrunz, E.S. Ferre, and F.L. WallsInvestigations of AM and PM Noise in X-Band DevicesProc. 1993 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 303-311199306021014
R.E. Drullinger, J.P. Lowe, D.J. Glaze, and J.H. ShirleyNIST-7, The New US Primary Frequency StandardProc. 1993 IEEE Intl. Freq. Cont. Symp. 71-74199306021012
J.J. Bollinger, D.J. Heinzen, F.L. Moore, W.M. Itano, D.J. Wineland, and D.H.E. DubinElectrostatic modes of ion-trap plasmasPhys. Rev. A.48525-54519930601997
D. Kirchner, H. ReBler, P. Grudler, F. Baumont, Ch. Veillet, W. Lewandowski, D.W. Hanson, W. Klepczynski, and P. UhrichComparison of GPS and Two-Way Satellite Time Transfer over a Baseline of 800 KmMetrologia30183-19219930509119
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, D.J. Heinzen, F.L. Moore, M.G. Raizen, and D.J. WinelandQuantum projection noise: population fluctuations in 2-level systemsPhys. Rev. A.473554-3570199305011004
U. Eichmann, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, W.M. Itano, D.J. Wineland, and M.G. RaizenYoung's Interference Experiment with Light Scattered from Two AtomsPhys. Rev. Lett.702359-2362199304191002
C.S. Weimer, F.L. Moore, and D.J. WinelandHigh-Order Multipole Excitation of a Bound ElectronPhys. Rev. Lett.702553-2556199304171003
R.W. Fox, C.S. Weimer, L. Hollberg, and G.C. TurkThe diode laser as a spectroscopic toolSpectrochim. Acta15291-299199304081031
T.D. Varberg and K.M. EvensonLaser Spectroscopy of Carbon Monoxide: A Frequency Reference for the Far InfraredIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.42412-414199304011010
R.E. Drullinger, J.H. Shirley, J.P. Lowe, and D.J. GlazeAn Error Analysis of the NIST Optically Pumped Primary Frequency StandardIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.42453-456199304011005
F.L. WallsSecondary Standard for PM and AM Noise at 5, 10, and 100 MHzIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.42136-143199304011000
F.L. WallsPractical Standards for PM and AM Noise at 5, 10, and 100 MHzProc. 1993 EFTF Conf. 189-198199303161023
M.A. Weiss and T. WeissertSifting Through Nine Years of NIST Clock Data with TA2Proc. 1993 EFTF Conf. 23 p.199303161022
C. Szekely, R.E. Drullinger, F.L. Walls, J.P. Lowe, and A.N. NovickDiode-Laser Pumped, Rubidium Cell Frequency StandardsProc. 1993 EFTF Conf. 593-597199303161021
R.E. Drullinger, J.P. Lowe, D.J. Glaze, and J.H. ShirleyNIST-7, The New US Primary Frequency StandardProc. 1993 EFTF Conf. 549-551199303161020
N.A. Demidov, A.A. Belyaev, B.A. Sakharov, A.A. Jljanov, and F.L. WallsPassive Hydrogen Maser Frequency Stability and Accuracy InvestigationsProc. 1993 EFTF Conf. 353-357199303161019
M.L. Kohl and J. LevineMeasuring Low Frequency TiltsJ. Res. Natl. Inst. Stan.98191-202199303011101
G.W. Schwaab, K.M. Evenson, and L.R. ZinkFar-Infrared Self-Broadening and Pressure Shift Measurements of Methyl CyanideInt. J. Infrared Milli.141643-1655199301011059
T. D. Varberg and K. M. EvensonThe Rotational Spectrum of OH in the nu=0-3 Levels of Its Ground StateJ. Mol. Spectrosc.15755-6719930101608
K. Higgins and C.N. SmithA Walk Through TimeNIST Misc. Publ. 24 p.199212311794
F.L. WallsCalibration System for Determining the Accuracy of Phase Modulation and Amplitude Modulation Noise Measurement ApparatusUnited States Patent - No. 5,172,064 9 p.199212151025
M. Murtz, M. Schaefer, M. Schneider, J.S. Wells, W. Urban, U. Schiessl, and M. TackeStabilization of 3.3 and 5.1 Ám lead-salt diode lasers by optical feedbackOpt. Commun.94551-55619921215990
M.A. Weiss, D.W. Allan, D.D. Davis, and J. LevineSmart Clock: A New TimeIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.41915-91819921215988
M.A. Weiss and C. HackmanConfidence on the Three-Point Estimator of Frequency DriftProc. 1992 PTTI Mtg. 451-45819921201999
J. LevineMeasurement Methods and Algorithms for Comparison of Local and Remote ClocksProc. 1992 PTTI Mtg. 277-28519921201998
D.J. WinelandTrapped Atoms and Laser CoolingElementary Modern PhysicsCh. 4156-16219921201991
D.J. Wineland, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, F.L. Moore, and D.J. HeinzenSpin squeezing and reduced quantum noise in spectroscopyPhys. Rev. A.466797-680019921201987
A. Dax, M. Muertz, J.S. Wells, M. Schneider, E. Bachem, W. Urban, and A.G. MakiExtension of Heterodyne Frequency Measurements on OCS to 87 THz (2900 cm^(-1))J. Mol. Spectrosc.15698-10319921201983
C. Szekely and R.E. DrullingerImproved rubidium frequency standards using diode lasers with AM and FM noise controlProc. 1992 SPIE Conf.1837299-305199211161009
S.B. Waltman, A. Romanovsky, J.S. Wells, R.W. Fox, L. Hollberg, M.P. Sassi, and H.G. RobinsonPrecise optical frequency references and difference frequency measurements with diode lasersProc. 1992 SPIE Conf.1837386-391199211161008
R.W. Fox, H.C. Robinson, A.S. Zibrov, N. Mackie, J. Marquardt, J. Magyar, and L. HollbergHigh-Sensitivity Spectroscopy with Diode LasersProc. 1992 SPIE Conf.1837360-365199211161007
J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandLaser Stabilization to a Single IonProc. 1992 Intl. School Phys. 359-37619921027976
J.J. Bollinger, D.J.Heinzen, F.L. Moore, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandLow Order Modes of an Ion Cloud in a Penning TrapPhys. Scripta46282-28419921001985
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, D.J. Heinzen, F.L. Moore, M.G. Raizen, and D.J. WinelandQuantum Measurements of Trapped IonsProc. 1992 Intl. Symp. Quantum Phys.37169-18319920819996
J. Bollinger, D. Heinzen, F. Moore, C. Weimer, W. M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandExperimental Results on Normal Modes in Cold, Pure Ion PlasmasProc. 1992 Intl. Conf. Phys. Strongly Coupled Plasmas 393-398199208171050
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, J.M. Gilligan, D.J. Heinzen, F.L. Moore, M.G. Raizen, and D.J. WinelandPrecise spectroscopy for fundamental physicsProc. 1992 Intl. Conf. Hyperfine Interact.78211-220199208171030
M.A. LombardiUsing LORAN-C Broadcasts for Automated Frequency CalibrationsProc. 1992 NCSL Conf. 361-37319920802651
NISTWWVH BrochureNIST Misc. Publ. 4 p.199208011793
D.J. Wineland, C.S. Weimer, and J.J. BollingerLaser-cooled positron sourceProc. 1992 Antihydrogen Workshop76115-125199207301001
A.G. Maki and J.S. WellsNew Wavenumber Calibration Tables from Heterodyne Frequency MeasurementsJ. Res. Natl. Inst. Stan.9762 p.19920701968
J. Vanier, J.J. Gagnepain, W.J. Riley, F.L. Walls, and M. GranveaudAging, Warm-Up Time and Retrace; Important Characteristics of Standard Frequency GeneratorsProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 807-81519920527979
F.L. Walls, P.H. Handel, R.J. Besson, and J.J. GagnepainA New Model of 1/f Noise in BAW Quartz ResonatorsProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 327-33319920527978
J.P. Lowe, F. L. Walls, and R.E. DrullingerUltra-High Stability Synthesizer for Diode Laser Pumped RubidiumProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 183-18719920527977
D.W. Allan, J.A. Barnes, F. Cordara, R.M. Garvey, W. Hanson, R. Kinsman, J. Kusters, R. Smythe, and F.L. WallsDependence of Frequency on Temperature, Humidity, and Pressure in Precision OscillatorsProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 782-79319920527975
M.A. Weiss, D.W. Allan, and D.A. HoweConfidence on the Second Difference Estimation of Frequency Drift: A Study Based on SimulationProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 300-30519920527974
F.L. WallsLocal Oscillator Requirements and Strategies for the Next Generation of High Stability Frequency StandardsProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 2-519920527973
R.E. Drullinger, C. Szekely, and J.C. CamparoDiode-Laser-Pumped, Gas-Cell Atomic ClocksProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 104-10719920527972
L.M. Nelson and F.L. WallsEnvironmental Effects In Mixers and Frequency Distribution SystemsProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 831-83719920527971
C.W. Nelson, F.L. Walls, F.G. Ascarrunz, and P.A. PondProgress on Prototype Synthesizer Electronics for ^(199)Hg^+ at 40.5 GHzProc. 1992 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 64-6919920527970
M.G. Raizen, J.M. Gilligan, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandIonic crystals in a linear paul trapPhys. Rev. A.456493-6501199205011058
J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandTrapped Ions and Laser Cooling IIINIST Tech. Note 1353 202 p.19920401960
F.L. WallsFrequency Calibration Standard Using a Wide Band Phase ModulatorUnited States Patent - No. 5,101,506 13 p.19920331959
F.L. Walls, L.M. Nelson, and G.R. ValdezDesigning for Frequency and Time Metrology at the 10^(-18) LevelProc. 1992 EFTF Conf. 477-48119920317967
F.L. Walls and J.J. GagnepainEnvironmental Sensitivities of Quartz OscillatorsIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.39241-24919920301957
A.G. Maki and J.S. WellsMeasurement and Analysis of the Fermi Resonance Between nu_5 and 2nu_9 of Nitric AcidJ. Mol. Spectrosc.15269-7919920301443
T.D. Varberg and K.M. EvensonAccurate Far-Infrared Rotational Frequencies of Carbon MonoxideAstrophys. J.385763-76519920201938
D.J. Wineland, J. Dalibard, and C. Cohen-TannoudjiSisyphus cooling of a bound atomJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B.932-4219920101984
M.C. Raizen, J.C. Bergquist, J.M. Gilligan, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandLinear trap for high-accuracy spectroscopy of stored ionsJ. Mod. Optic.39233-24219920101947
R.W. Fox, L. Hollberg, N. Mackie, H.G. Robinson, A.S. Zibrov, and R. EllingsenDiode Laser StabilizationProc. 1991 Lasers Conf. 601-607199112091087
R.E. BeehlerThe Role of the Consultative Committee on International Radio (CCIR) in Time and FrequencyProc. 1991 PTTI Mtg. 321-33019911203982
D. Kirchner, U. Thyr, H. Ressler, R. Robnik, P. Grudler, F. Baumont, Ch. Veillet, W. Lewandowski, D.W. Hanson, A.J. Clements, J.L. Jespersen, D.A. Howe, M.A. Lombardi, W.J. Klepczynski, P.J. Wheeler, W. Powell, A. Davis, P. Uhrich, R. TourdeComparison of Two-Way Satellite Time Transfer and GPS Common-View Time Transfer Between OCA and TUGProc. 1991 PTTI Mtg. 71-8819911203981
J.L. JespersenIntroduction to the Time Domain Characterization of Frequency StandardsProc. 1991 PTTI Mtg. 83-10219911203956
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A.G. Maki and J.S. WellsWavenumber Calibration Tables from Heterodyne Frequency MeasurementsNIST Spec. Publ. 821 644 p.19911201937
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W. Lewandowski, C. Thomas, and D.W. AllanCGSIC Subcommittee on Time and CCDS Group of Experts on GPS StandardizationProc. 1991 ION GPS Conf. 207-21319910818929
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M.A. LombardiLaboratory Automation: The Design Philosophy of the NIST Frequency Measurement ServiceProc. 1991 NCSL Conf. 277-28719910818920
D.D. Davis, M.A. Weiss, K. Davies, and G. PetitImproving GPS Time Transfer Accuracy with the NIST Ionospheric Measurement SystemProc. 1991 ION GPS Conf. 253-26819910818643
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W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, and D.J. WinelandLaser Cooling of Trapped IonsProc. 1991 Laser Manipulation of Atoms and Ions Conf. 519-537199107091044
D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, F.L. Moore, J.M. Gilligan, M.G. Raizen, C.S. Weimer, and C.H. ManneyHigh-Resolution Atomic Spectroscopy of Laser-Cooled Ions.Proc. 1991 Laser Manipulation of Atoms and Ions Conf. 539-552199107091043
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L. Hollberg, R.W. Fox, N. Mackie, A.S. Zibrov, V.L. Velichansky, R. Ellingsen, and H.G. RobinsonDiode Lasers and Spectroscopic ApplicationsProc. 1991 ICOLS Conf. 347-35219910617945
H.E. Radford, K.M. Evenson, F. Matushima, L.R. Zink, G.P. Galvao, and T.J. SearsFar Infrared Laser Frequencies of CH_3OD and N_2H_4Int. J. Infrared Milli.121161-116619910606922
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P. Daly, I.D. Kitching, D.W. Allan, and T.K. PepplerFrequency and Time Stability of GPS and GLONASS ClocksInt. J. Satell. Commun.911-2219910601915
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D.W. Allan, M.A. Weiss, and J.L. JespersenA Frequency-Domain View of Time-Domain Characterization of Clocks and Time and Frequency Distribution SystemsProc. 1991 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 667-67819910529932
J.P. Lowe and F.L. WallsUltralinear Small-Angle Phase ModulatorProc. 1991 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 645-64819910529931
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J.J. Bollinger, D.J. Heinzen, W.M. Itano, S.L. Gilbert, and D.J. WinelandA 303 MHz Frequency Standard Based on Trapped Be^+ IonsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.40126-12819910401936
R.E. Drullinger, D.J. Glaze, J.P. Lowe, and J.H. ShirleyThe NIST Optically Pumped Cesium Frequency StandardIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.40162-16419910401918
W. Lewandowski, G. Petit, C. Thomas, and M.A. WeissGPS Time Closure Around the World Using Precise Ephemerides, Ionospheric Measurements and Accurate Antenna CoordinatesProc. 1991 EFTF Conf. 215-22019910313928
D.W. AllanTime and Frequency Metrology: Current Status and Future ConsiderationsProc. 1991 EFTF Conf. 1-919910313756
D.A. Howe and D.D. DavisA Direct Sequence Spread-Spectrum Modem Design for Time Transfers via Geostationary SatellitesProc. 1991 EFTF Conf. 89-9519910313499
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M.A. Weiss and T. WeissertPromise into Practice: Implementing TA2 on Real Clocks at NISTProc. 1991 EFTF Conf. 442-44819910312923
J.P. Lowe and F.L. WallsUltralinear Small-Angle Phase ModulatorProc. 1991 EFTF Conf. 461-46419910312921
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K.V. Chance, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, M.D. Vanek, I.G. Nolt, J.V. Radostitz, and K. ParkPressure Broadening of the 118.455 cm^(-1) Rotational Lines of OH by H_2, He, N_2, and O_2J. Mol. Spectrosc.146375-38019910308526
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M. D. Vanek, J. S. Wells, and A. G. MakiPressure Dependent Lineshift Measurements on OCSJ. Mol. Spectrosc.147398-40519910101925
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W. Lewandowski, G. Petit, C. Thomas, and M.A. WeissThe Use of Precise Ephemerides, Ionospheric Data and Corrected Antenna Coordinates in a Long-Distance GPS Time TransferProc. 1990 PTTI Mtg. 547-55719901204913
D.W. Allan, M. Granveaud, W.J. Klepczynski, and W. LewandowskiGPS Time Transfer with Implementation of Selective AvailabilityProc. 1990 PTTI Mtg. 145-15419901204911
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A.A. Uljanov, N.A. Demidov, E.M. Mattison, R.F.C. Vessot, D.W. Allan, and G.M.R. WinklerPerformance of Soviet and U.S. Hydrogen MasersProc. 1990 PTTI Mtg. 509-52419901204909
C. Veillet, D. Feraudy, J.M. Torre, J.F. Mangin, P. Grudler, F. Baumont, J. Gaignebet, J.L. Hatat, D.W. Hanson, A.J. Clements, J.L. Jespersen, M.A. Lombardi, D. Kirchner, G. Kirchner, H. Ressler, S. Fassi, W.J. Klepczynski, P.J. Wheeler, W. PowellLASSO, Two-way and GPS time comparisons: a (very) preliminary status reportProc. 1990 PTTI Mtg. 575-58219901204908
J. LevineSynchronizing Computer Clocks Using a Local Area NetworkProc. 1990 PTTI Mtg. 409-41619901204907
F.L. WallsEnvironmental Sensitivities of Quartz Crystal OscillatorsProc. 1990 PTTI Mtg. 465-48619901204906
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A.G. Maki, J.S. Wells, and J.B. BurkholderHigh-Resolution Measurements of the Bands of Carbonyl Sulfide between 2510 and 3150 cm^(-1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.147173-18119901115924
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F. L. MoorePenning Trap Experiments at the University of Washington and at NIST in BoulderProc. 1990 INS Symp. 98-10719901105339
D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, W.M, Itano, D.J. Heinzen, S.L. Gilbert, C.H. Manney, and M.G. RaizenProgress at NIST Toward Absolute Frequency Standards Using Stored IonsIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.37515-52319901101900
C.M. FeltonSuperimposing Low-Phase-Noise, Low-Drift Instrumentation Techniques on RF DesignRF Design 65-7419901001886
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G.M. Tino, L. Hollberg, A. Sasso, M. Inguscio, and M. BarsantiHyperfine Structure of the Metastable ^5S_2 State of ^(17)O Using an AlGaAs Diode Laser at 777 nmPhys. Rev. Lett.642999-300219900618883
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D.W. Allan and J. LevineA Rubidium Frequency Standard and a GPS Receiver: Remotely Steered Clock System with Good Short-Term and Long-Term StabilityProc. 1990 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 151-16019900523894
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J.S. Wells, M. Schneider, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements on OCS near 61.76 THz (2060 cm^(-1))J. Mol. Spectrosc.140170-17619900327857
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J.J. Bollinger, S.L. Gilbert, and D.J. WinelandObservation of Shell Structures with Ions Stored in TrapsProc. 1989 Workshop on Crystalline Ion Beams 231-24019890101823
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and D.J. WinelandCoulomb Clusters of Ions in a Paul TrapProc. 1989 Workshop on Crystalline Ion Beams 241-24719890101822
M.D. Vanek, M. Schneider, J.S. Wells, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Measurements on N_2O near 1635 cm^(-1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.134154-15819890101797
J.S. Wells, M. Schneider, and A.G. MakiCalibration Tables Covering the 1460- to 1550- cm^(-1) Region from Heterodyne Frequency Measurements on the nu_3 Bands of ^(12)CS_2 and ^(13)CS_2J. Mol. Spectrosc.132422-42819881210791
R.E. DrullingerHeat Pipe Oven Molecular Beam SourceUnited States Patent - No. 4,789,779 8 p.198812061817
W.M. Itano, L.R. Brewer, D.J. Larson, and D.J. WinelandPerpendicular laser cooling of ion plasmas in a Penning trapPhys. Rev. A.385698-570619881201881
D.W. AllanReport from Turin, The Third International Atomic Time Scale Algorithm SymposiumProc. 1988 PTTI Mtg. 237-25019881129829
M.A. Weiss and D.D. DavisA Calibration of GPS Equipment in JapanProc. 1988 PTTI Mtg. 101-10919881129793
J.M. Brown and K.M. EvensonThe Far Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance Spectrum of Vibrationally Excited C_2HJ. Mol. Spectrosc.131161-17119881123782
R.E. DrullingerThe Outlook for Advances in the Realization of the SI Unit of TimeProc. 1988 IMEKO Conf. 89-9219881028867
D.W. Allan, M.A. Weiss, and T.K. PepplerIn Search of the Best ClockIEEE CPEM 1988 Conf. Dig. 78-79198810011583
S.P. Beaton, K.M. Evenson, T. Nelis, and J.M. BrownDetection of the free radicals FeH, CoH, and NiH by far infrared laser magnetic resonanceJ. Chem. Phys.894446-444819881001845
W.M. ItanoAtomic ClockEncyclopedia of Science and Technology, 7th Edition2240-24219880927986
D.A. Jennings and J.S. WellsImproved Rotational Constants for HFJ. Mol. Spectrosc.130267-26819880919767
J. Levine and D.W. AllanThe Steering of a Real Time Clock to UTC(NBS) and to UTCProc. 1988 Intl. Time Scale Algorithm Symp. 239-25419880912831
D.W. AllanNotes on Variance Testing of Time Scale Algorithms and Clock SetsProc. 1988 Intl. Time Scale Algorithm Symp. 361-36319880912830
L. Hollberg and M. OhtsuModulatable narrow-linewidth semiconductor lasersAppl. Phys. Lett.53944-94619880912814
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, R.G. Hulet, and D.J. WinelandPrecise Optical Spectroscopy with Ion TrapsPhys. ScriptaT2279-8419880909769
A.G. Maki, W.B. Olson, J.S. Wells, and M.D. VanekHeterodyne and FTS Measurements on the OCS Hot Bands Near 1890 cm^(-1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.13069-8019880907768
W.M. Itano, L.R. Brewer, D.J. Larson, J.J. Bollinger, S.L. Gilbert, and D.J. WinelandQuantitative Study of Laser Cooling in a Penning TrapProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 447-44819880905810
J.J. Bollinger, S.L. Gilbert, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandFrequency Standards Utilizing Penning TrapsProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 319-32519880905809
J.C. Bergquist, F. Diedrich, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandHg^+ Single Ion SpectroscopyProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 287-29219880905808
L. HollbergOptical Stabilization of Semiconductor LasersProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 231-23519880905807
F.L. WallsStability of Frequency Locked LoopsProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 145-14919880905806
R.E. Drullinger, J.H. Shirley, D.J. Glaze, and L. HollbergAn Optically Pumped Primary Frequency StandardProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 116-11919880905805
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, F. Diedrich, and S.L. GilbertHigh Accuracy Spectroscopy of Stored IonsProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 71-7719880905804
D.W. AllanIn Search of the Best Clock--An UpdateProc. 1988 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 29-3619880905803
J.C. Bergquist and S.Z. XingThermal Shifts of the Spectral Lines in the ^4F_(3/2) to ^4I_(11/2) Manifold of Nd:YAG LaserIEEE J. Quantum Elect.241829-183219880901783
D.A. HoweHigh-Accuracy Time Transfer via Geostationary Satellites: Preliminary ResultsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.37418-42319880901770
M. Schneider, K.M. Evenson, M.D. Vanek, D.A. Jennings, J.S. Wells, A. Stahn, and W. Urban^(12)C^(16)O Laser Frequency Tables for the 34.2 to 62.3 THz (1139 to 2079 cm^(-1)) RegionNBS Tech. Note 1321 26 p.19880801792
K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, J.M. Brown, L.R. Zink, K.R. Leopold, M.D. Vanek, and I.G. NoltFrequency Measurement of the J = 1 left arrow 0 Rotational Transition of HDAstrophys. J.330L135-L13619880715813
L.R. Brewer, J.D. Prestage, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, D.J. Larson, and D.J. WinelandStatic properties of a non-neutral ^9Be^+ ion plasmaPhys. Rev. A.38859-87319880715779
D.A. HoweKu-Band Satellite Two-Way Timing Using a Very Small Aperture Terminal (VSAT)Proc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 149-16019880709774
M.A. WeissThe Design of Kalman Smoothers for Global Positioning DataIEEE CPEM 1988 Conf. Dig. 109-11019880707949
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and D.J. WinelandPhoton antibunching and sub-poissonian statistics from quantum jumps in one and two atomsPhys. Rev. A.38559-56219880701766
A. DeMarchi, J.H. Shirley, D.J. Glaze, and R.E. DrullingerA New Cavity Configuration for Cesium Beam Primary Frequency StandardsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.37185-19019880601961
J.E. Gray, H.E. Machlan, and D.W. AllanThe Effect of Humidity on Commercial Cesium Beam Atomic ClocksProc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 514-51819880601790
F.L. Walls, A.J. Clements, C.M. Felton, M.A. Lombardi, and M.D. VanekExtending the Range and Accuracy of Phase Noise MeasurementsProc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 432-44119880601789
D.W. Allan, H. Hellwig, P. Kartaschoff, J. Vanier, J.R. Vig, G.M.R. Winkler, and N.F. YannoniStandard Terminology for Fundamental Frequency and Time MetrologyProc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 419-42519880601788
W.J. Klepczynski, P.J. Wheeler, W. Powell, J. Jeffries, A. Myers, R.T. Clarke, W. Hanson, J. Jespersen, and D. HowePreliminary Comparison Between GPS and Two-Way Satellite Time TransferProc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 472-47719880601787
F.L. WallsThe Influence of Pressure and Humidity on the Medium and Long-Term Frequency Stability of Quartz OscillatorsProc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 279-28319880601786
D.W. Allan and T.K. PepplerEnsemble Time and Frequency Stability of GPS Satellite ClocksProc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 465-46719880601785
A. Shenhar, W. Litman, A. Lepek, A. Chitrinovitch, D.W. Allan, and T.K. PepplerIsrael's New Synchronized Time Scale, UTC(INPL)Proc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 485-48919880601784
R.G. Hulet, D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, and W.M. ItanoPrecise test of quantum jump theoryPhys. Rev. A.374544-454719880601763
S.L. Gilbert, J.J. Bollinger, and D.J. WinelandShell-Structure Phase of Magnetically Confined Strongly Coupled PlasmasPhys. Rev. Lett.602022-202519880516765
K.B. Persson and F.L. WallsInvestigation of the Hydrogen Source for MasersNBS Tech. Note 1315 57 p.19880401758
J.L. Jespersen and D.W. HansonSome Sources of Timing for Communication SystemsProc. 1988 EFTF Conf. 25119880316820
F.L. WallsEnvironmental Effects on the Medium and Long Term Frequency Stability of Quartz OscillatorsProc. 1988 EFTF Conf. 719-72719880316819
S. Ohshima, Y. Koga, Y. Nakadan, L. Hollberg, and R.E. DrullingerThe Effect of Laser Line-Narrowing on the Performance of Optically Pumped Cesium Atomic Beam Frequency StandardsProc. 1988 EFTF Conf. 531-53419880316818
R.E. Beehler, D.D. Davis, and J.B. MiltonGOES Satellite Time Code Dissemination: Description and OperationNBS Spec. Publ. 250-30 52 p.19880201418
F.L. WallsPrecise Phase Noise Measurements of Oscillators and Other Devices from approximately 0.1 MHz to 100 GHzProc. 1988 Meas. Sci. Conf. 21-37198801282084
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T. Nelis, J.M Brown, and K.M. EvensonThe spectroscopic observation of the CH radical in its a^4S^- stateJ. Chem. Phys.882087-208819880102600
K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, and M.D. VanekTunable Far Infrared Laser SpectroscopyFrontiers of Laser Spectroscopy of Gases23443-5119880101812
L.R. Zink, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, G. Moruzzi, and M. InguscioFrequency Measurement of the K=6 Asymmetry Splittings in CH_3OHJ. Mol. Spectrosc.12744-5019880101773
J.M. Brown, D.A. Jennings, M.D. Vanek, L.R. Zink, and K.M. EvensonThe Pure Rotational Spectrum of ArH^(+)J. Mol. Spectrosc.128587-58919880101761
G. Kamas and M.A. LombardiTraceable Frequency Calibrations: How to Use the NBS Frequency Measurement System in the Calibration LabNBS Spec. Publ. 250-29 48 p.19880101745
F.L. Walls and C.M. FeltonLow Noise Frequency SynthesisProc. 1988 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 512-51819880101715
D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, J.J. Bollinger, and C.H. ManneyAtomic-Ion Coulomb Clusters in an Ion TrapPhys. Rev. Lett.592935-293819871228764
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, R.G. Hulet, and D.J. WinelandRadiative Decay Rates in Hg^+ from Observations of Quantum Jumps in a Single IonPhys. Rev. Lett.592732-273519871214747
J.A. Barnes and D.W. AllanVariances Based on Data with Dead Time Between the MeasurementsProc. 1987 PTTI Mtg. 227-234198712012509
M. WeissApparent Diurnal Effects in the Global Positioning SystemProc. 1987 PTTI Mtg. 33-48198712012508
J.R. Clynch, B.W. Tolman, M.A. Weiss, D.W. Allan and D.D. DavisDual Frequency P-Code Time Transfer ExperimentProc. 1987 PTTI Mtg. 25-3219871201950
F. Varnum, D.R. Brown, D.W. Allan, and T.K. PepplerComparison of Time Scales Generated with the NBS Ensembling AlgorithmProc. 1987 PTTI Mtg. 13-2219871201942
F.L. WallsErrors in Determining the Center of a Resonance Line Using Sinusoidal Frequency (Phase) ModulationIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.34592-59619871101772
D.W. AllanTime and Frequency (Time-Domain) Characterization, Estimation, and Prediction of Precision Clocks and OscillatorsIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.34647-65419871101752
D.A. HoweProgress Toward One-Nanosecond Two-Way Time Transfer Accuracy Using Ku-Band Geostationary SatellitesIEEE T. Ultrason. Ferr.34639-64619871101750
S.R. Jefferts and F.L. WallsA Low Noise Cascode AmplifierJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand.92383-38619871101655
M. Inguscio, L.R. Zink, K.M. Evenson, and D. A. JenningsSub-doppler tunable far-infrared spectroscopyOpt. Lett.12867-86919871101611
B. Dahmani, L. Hollberg, and R.E. DrullingerFrequency stabilization of semiconductor lasers by resonant optical feedbackOpt. Lett.12876-87819871101598
R.G. Hulet and D.J. WinelandQuantum jumps via spontaneous Raman scatteringPhys. Rev. A.362758-276219870915696
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D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and R.G. HuletLaser cooling limits and single ion spectroscopyPhys. Rev. A.362220-223219870901705
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and D.J. WinelandLaser Spectroscopy of Trapped Atomic IonsScience237612-61719870807735
F.L. WallsAnalysis of High Performance Compensated Thermal EnclosuresProc. 1987 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 439-44319870716595
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, R.G. Hulet, and D.J. WinelandThe Observation of Quantum Jumps in Hg^+Proc. 1987 ICOLS Conf. 117-12019870709688
J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandRecoilless optical absorption and doppler sidebands of a single trapped ionPhys. Rev. A.36428-43019870701702
D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, M.D. Vanek, I.G. Nolt, J.V. Radostitz, and K.V. ChanceAir- and Oxygen-Broadening Coefficients for the O_2 Rotational Line at 60.46 cm^(-1)Geophys. Res. Lett.14722-72519870701675
L.R. Zink, D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, A. Sasso, and M. InguscioStark spectroscopy using tunable far infrared radiationJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B.41173-117619870701531
J.J. Bollinger, L.R. Brewer, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, D.J. Larson, S.L. Gilbert, and D.J. WinelandIon Trapping Techniques: Laser Cooling and Sympathetic CoolingProc. Workshop on Intense Positron Beams 63-7319870618943
D.W. AllanShould the Classical Variance Be Used as a Basic Measure in Standards Metrology?IEEE T. Instrum. Meas.36646-65419870601776
M.A. Weiss and D.W. AllanAn NBS Calibration Procedure for Providing Time and Frequency at a Remote Site by Weighting and Smoothing of GPS Common View DataIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.36572-57819870601775
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, and J.C. BergquistAbsorption spectroscopy at the limit: detection of a single atomOpt. Lett.12389-39119870601707
F.L. WallsCharacteristics and Performance of Minature NBS Passive Hydrogen MasersIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.36596-60319870601557
D.J. Wineland and W.M. ItanoLaser coolingPhys. Today401-819870601246
D.W. Allan and L. Ping-pingEstimating Combined Errors due to Propagation and Ephemeris and Their Effect on Time and Frequency TransferProc. 1987 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 144-14819870527777
D.W. AllanMillisecond Pulsar Rivals Best Atomic Clock StabilityProc. 1987 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 2-1119870527751
D.W. AllanA Study of Long-Term Stability of Atomic ClocksProc. 1987 PTTI Mtg. 375-37919870501762
M. Schneider, A. Hinz, A. Groh, K.M. Evenson, and W. UrbanCO Laser Stabilization Using the Optogalvanic Lamb-DipAppl. Phys. B.44241-245198704301049
L.R. Zink, M.D. Vanek, and J.S. WellsNO_2 Heterodyne Frequency Measurements with a Tunable Diode Laser, a CO Laser Transfer Oscillator and CO_2 Laser StandardsNBS Tech. Note 1308 28 p.19870401520
P. Zhao, W. Lichten, H. Layer, and J.C. BergquistNew Value for the Rydberg Constant from the Hydrogen Balmer-▀ TransitionPhys. Rev. Lett.581293-129519870330456
W. Lewandowski, M.A. Weiss, and D.D. DavisA Calibration of GPS Equipment at Time and Frequency Standards Laboratories in the USA and EuropeMetrologia24181-18619870318749
E.C. BeatySimple electrodes for quadrupole ion trapsJ. Appl. Phys.612118-212219870315569
D.J. WinelandIon Traps for Large Storage CapacityProc. Cooling, Condensation, and Storage of Hydrogen Cluster Ions Workshop 181-19419870210825
I.G. Nolt, J.V. Radostitz, G. DiLonardo, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, K.R. Leopold, M.D. Vanek, L.R. Zink, A. Hinz, and K.V. ChanceAccurate Rotational Constants of CO, HCl, and HF: Spectral Standards for the 0.3- to 6- THz (10- to 200- cm^(-1)) RegionJ. Mol. Spectrosc.125274-28719870210679
A. DeMarchi and R.E. DrullingerLong-term behaviour of cavity phase difference in NBS-6Metrologia2423-2519870101748
E.C.C. Vasconcellos, S.A. Davidson, J.M. Brown, K.R. Leopold, and K.M. EvensonRotational and Hyperfine Constants of Vibrationally Excited NH(a^1capdelta; nu=1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.122242-24519870101673
K.R. Leopold, L.R. Zink, K.M. Evenson, and D.A. JenningsFar-Infrared Spectrum of Sodium HydrideJ. Mol. Spectrosc.122150-15619870101656
D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, L.R. Zink, C. Demuynck, J.C. Destombes, B. Lemoine, and J.W.C. JohnsHigh Resolution Spectroscopy of HF from 40 to 1100 cm^(-1): Highly Accurate Rotational ConstantsJ. Mol. Spectrosc.122477-48019870101632
L.R. Zink, J.S. Wells, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements on N_2O Near 1060 cm^(-1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.123426-43319870101582
L.R. Brewer, J.D. Prestage, J.J. Bollinger, and D.J. WinelandA High G Strongly-Coupled, Non-Neutral Ion PlasmaStrongly Coupled Plasmas 53-6419870101575
K.R. Leopold, K.M. Evenson, E.R. Comben, and J.M. BrownThe Far-Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance Spectrum of the ^(17)OH Radical: Determination of Nuclear Hyperfine ParametersJ. Mol. Spectrosc.122440-45419870101571
E.C.C. Vasconcellos, J. Wyss, and K.M. EvensonFrequency Measurements of Far Infrared ^(12)CH_3OH Laser LinesInt. J. Infrared Milli.8647-65119870101567
R.J. Saykally, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, L.R. Zink, and A. ScalabrinNew FIR Laser Lines and Frequency Measurements for Optically Pumped CD_3OHInt. J. Infrared Milli.8653-66219870101537
D.A. Jennings, R.E. Drullinger, K.M. Evenson, C.R. Pollock, and J.S. WellsThe Continuity of the Meter: The Redefinition of the Meter and the Speed of Visible LightJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand.9211-1619870101527
A. Hinz, J.S. Wells, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Measurements of Hot Bands and Isotopic Transitions of N_2O Near 7.8 ÁmZ. Phys. D - Atoms, Molecules and Clusters5351-35819870101518
M. Inguscio, G. Moruzzi, K.M. Evenson, and D.A. JenningsA review of frequency measurements of optically pumped lasers from 0.1 to 8 THzJ. Appl. Phys.60161-19219861215550
L. Rawley, D. Stinebring, J. Taylor, M. Davis, and D.W. AllanMillisecond Pulsar Rivals Best Atomic Clock StabilityProc. 1986 PTTI Mtg. 453-466198612022510
W. Lewandowski, M. Weiss, and D. DavisA Calibration of GPS Equipment at Time and Frequency Standards Laboratories in the USA and EuropeProc. 1986 PTTI Mtg. 265-281198612022507
D.A. HoweStability Measurements of Ku-Band Spread Spectrum Equipment Used for Two-Way Time TransferProc. 1986 PTTI Mtg. 437-44519861202802
W.J. Klepczynski, H.F. Fliegel, and D.W. AllanGPS Time SteeringProc. 1986 PTTI Mtg. 237-24919861202682
D.B. SullivanActivities and Plans of the Time and Frequency Division of the National Bureau of StandardsProc. 1986 PTTI Mtg. 1-1019861202602
P. Zhao, W. Lichten, H.P. Layer, and J.C. BergquistRemeasurement of the Rydberg constantPhys. Rev. A.345138-514119861201250
J. Levine, J.C. Harrison, and W. DewhurstGravity Tide Measurements with a Feedback Gravity MeterJ. Geophys. Res.91835-84119861110754
K.V. Chance, I.G. Nolt, L.R. Zink, D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, M.D. Vanek, and J.V. RadostitzCollisional Broadening of HCl Rotational Transitions Using Tunable Far-Infrared RadiationProc. 1986 Intl. Conf. Infrared Milli. Waves 277-27919861020637
A.L. Cooksy, R.J. Saykally, J.M. Brown, and K.M. EvensonAccurate Determination of the Fine Structure Intervals in the ^3P Ground States of ^(13)C and ^(12)C by Far Infrared Laser Magnetic ResonanceAstrophys. J.309828-83219861015521
J.C. Bergquist, R.G. Hulet, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandObservation of Quantum Jumps in a Single AtomPhys. Rev. Lett.571699-170219861006419
D.W. Hanson and J.L. JespersenSecure Military Communications can Benefit from Accurate TimeProc. 1986 IEEE MILCOM Conf.21-1219861005755
F.L. WallsPrecise Phase Noise Measurements of Oscillators and Other Devices from 1 MHz to 20 GHZProc. 1986 Quartz Devices Conf. 143-15819860826781
K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, L.R. Zink, and K.R. LeopoldTunable Far Infrared Laser SpectroscopyProc. 1986 Intl. Conf. Infrared Milli. Waves 267-27119860826511
J.M. Brown, L.R. Zink, D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, A. Hinz, and I.G. NoltLaboratory Measurement of the Rotational Spectrum of the OH Radical with Tunable Far-Infrared RadiationAstrophys. J.307410-41319860801510
R.E. Drullinger, J.H. Shirley, D.J. Glaze, L. Hollberg, and A. DeMarchiProgress Toward an Optically Pumped Cesium Beam Frequency StandardProc. 1986 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 428-43119860708568
D.J. Larson, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandSympathetic Cooling of Trapped Ions: A Laser Cooled Two Species Nonneutral Ion PlasmaPhys. Rev. Lett.5770-7319860707529
K.R. Leopold, K.M. Evenson, and J.M. BrownFar infrared laser magnetic resonance detection of NH and NDJ. Chem. Phys.85324-33019860701514
M.A. Weiss and D.W. AllanUsing Multiple Reference Stations to Separate the Variances of Noise Components in the Global Positioning SystemProc. 1986 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 394-40419860617794
E.R. Comben, J.M. Brown, T.C. Steimle, K.R. Leopold, and K.M. EvensonThe Microwave and Far-Infrared Spectra of the ^(18)OH RadicalAstrophys. J.305513-51719860601515
J.C. Bergquist, D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, H. Hemmati, H.-U. Daniel, and G. LeuchsDoppler-Free Two-Photon Laser Spectroscopy of HgIIProc. 1986 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 85-8719860529731
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D. W. Hanson and D.A. HoweIndustrial Time Service StudyNBSIR 86-3042 192 p.198602011925
K.R. Leopold, L.R. Zink, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, and M. MizushimaThe far infrared spectrum of magnesium hydrideJ. Chem. Phys.841935-193719860201528
R.J. Saykally, K.M. Evenson, E.R. Comben, and J.M. BrownMeasurement of the rotational spectrum of carbon monoxide in its metastable a^3capsigma state by laser magnetic resonanceMol. Phys.58735-74319860101904
R.E. DrullingerFrequency Standards Based on Optically Pumped CesiumProc. IEEE74140-14219860101723
F.L. Walls and D.W. AllanMeasurements of Frequency StabilityProc. IEEE74162-16819860101717
F.L. WallsFrequency Standards Based on Atomic HydrogenProc. IEEE74142-14619860101716
D.J. WinelandFrequency Standards Based on Stored IonsProc. IEEE74147-15019860101713
R.E. Beehler and D.W. AllanRecent Trends in NBS Time and Frequency Distribution ServicesProc. IEEE74155-15719860101709
J.M. Brown, J.E. Schubert, R.J. Saykally, and K.M. EvensonThe Far-Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance Spectrum of the CF Radical and Determination of Ground State ParametersJ. Mol. Spectrosc.120421-43419860101672
D.W. Allan and N. AshbyCoordinate Time in the Vicinity of the EarthIAU Symp. No. 114 299-31319860101548
E.C.C. Vasconcellos, D.A. Jennings, and K.M. EvensonFrequency Measurement of the Solitary Ethyl Alcohol Laser LineInt. J. Infrared Milli.7291-29219860101493
D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, and D.J.E. KnightOptical Frequency MeasurementsProc. Spec. Issue of IEEE74168-17919860101466
A. Hinz, J.S. Wells, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements on the Nitric Oxide Fundamental BandJ. Mol. Spectrosc.119120-12519860101426
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D.J. Wineland, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, and J.D. PrestageAngular momentum of trapped atomic particlesJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B.21721-173019851101724
J.C. Bergquist, D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, H. Hemmati, H.-U. Daniel, and G. LeuchsEnergy and Radiative Lifetime of the 5d^96s^(22)D_(5/2) State in HgII by Doppler-Free Two-Photon Laser SpectroscopyPhys. Rev. Lett.551567-157019851007741
J.M. Brown, K.M. Evenson, and T.J. SearsInfrared and far-infrared laser magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the GeH radical: determination of ground state parametersJ. Chem. Phys.833275-328419851001726
M. Inguscio, K.R. Leopold, J.S. Murray, and K.M. EvensonLaser-Magnetic-Resonance Detection of Magnesium Atoms in the Metastable ^3P_(0,1,2) StatesJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B.21566-156919850901722
W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and D.J. WinelandMeasurements of the g_J factors of the 6s^2_(1/2) and 6p^2P_(1/2)J. Opt. Soc. Am. B.21392-139419850901720
K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, K.R. Leopold, and L.R. ZinkTunable Far Infrared SpectroscopyProc. 1985 ICOLS VII Conf. 366-37019850824701
K.M. EvensonProc. of Seventeenth International Symposium on Free Radicals, Granby, CO, August 18-23NBS Spec. Publ. 716 778 p.19850818969
J.C. Bergquist, D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, H. Hemmati, H.-U. Daniel, and G. LeuchsTwo-Photon Optical Spectroscopy of Trapped HgIILaser Spectroscopy VII 6-919850730421
G. Kamas and M. A. LombardiA New System for Measuring FrequencyProc. 1985 NCSL Conf. 224-230198507151414
J.D. Prestage, J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandLimits for Spatial Anisotropy by Use of Nuclear-Spin-Polarized ^9Be^+ IonsPhys. Rev. Lett.542387-239019850603719
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and J.J. Bollinger, eds.Trapped Ions and Laser CoolingNBS Tech. Note 1086 194 p.19850601780
D.W. Allan, D.D. Davis, M.A. Weiss, A.J. Clements, B. Guinot, M. Granveaud, K. Dorenwendt, B. Fischer, P. Hetzel, S. Aoki, M.-K. Fujimoto, L. Charron, and N. AshbyAccuracy of International Time and Frequency Comparisons Via Global Positioning System Satellites in Common-ViewIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.34118-12519850601689
J.A. Barnes and D.W. AllanTime Scale Stabilities Based on Time and Frequency Kalman FiltersProc. 1985 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 107-10919850529854
R.E. Drullinger, D.J. Glaze, and D.B. SullivanA Recirculating Oven for Atomic Beam Frequency StandardsProc. 1985 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 13-1719850529736
A. DeMarchi, G.D. Rovera, R.E. Drullinger, and D.A. HoweA Beam Reversal Experiment on NBS-6 Primary Cs Standard Including Rabi Pulling EvaluationProc. 1985 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 3-719850529734
J.H. ShirleyFluorescent Light Shift in Optically Pumped Cesium StandardsProc. 1985 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 22-2319850529733
A. Derbyshire, R.E. Drullinger, M. Feldman, D.J. Glaze, D. Hilliard, D.A. Howe, L.L. Lewis, and J.H. ShirleyOptically Pumped Small Cesium Beam Standards; A Status ReportProc. 1985 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 18-2119850529732
F.L. WallsErrors in Servo Systems Using Sinusoidal Frequency (Phase) ModulationProc. 1985 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 91-9519850529729
J.S. Wells, D.A. Jennings, A. Hinz, J.S. Murray, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements on N_2O at 5.3 and 9.0 ÁmJ. Opt. Soc. Am. B.2857-86119850501721
J.M. Brown, R.F. Curl, and K.M. EvensonThe Microwave and Far-Infrared Spectra of the SiH RadicalAstrophys. J.292188-19119850501697
D.W. Allan, M.A. Weiss, and N. AshbyAround-the-World Relativistic Sagnac ExperimentScience22869-7019850405711
J.J. Bollinger, J.S. Wells, D.J. Wineland, and W.M. ItanoHyperfine structure of the 2p ^2P_(1/2) state in ^9Be^+Phys. Rev. A.312711-271419850401706
J.J. Bollinger, J.D. Prestage, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandLaser-Cooled-Atomic Frequency StandardPhys. Rev. Lett.541000-100319850311712
D.W. AllanCharacterization, Optimum Estimation, and Time Prediction for Precision ClocksProc. 1985 PTTI Mtg. 45-6719850219193
K.M. Evenson, M. Inguscio, and D.A. JenningsPoint contact diode at laser frequenciesJ. Appl. Phys.57956-96019850201680
S.R. Stein, G. Kamas, and D.W. AllanNew Time and Frequency Services at the National Bureau of StandardsProc. 1985 Meas. Sci. Conf. 265-272198501172083
D.W. AllanClock Characterization TutorialProc. 1985 Meas. Sci. Conf. 249-264198501172082
D. Pereira, E.C.C. Vasconcellos, A. Scalabrin, K.M. Evenson, F.R. Petersen, and D.A. JenningsMeasurements of New FIR Laser Lines in CD_3ODInt. J. Infrared Milli.6877-88219850101759
J.S. Wells, A. Hinz, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements on N_2O between 1257 and 1340 cm^(-1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.11484-9619850101725
S.R. SteinFrequency and Time--Their Measurement and CharacterizationPrecision Frequency ControlCh. 12191-23119850101666
D.W. AllanFrequency and Time Coordination, Comparison, and DisseminationPrecision Frequency ControlCh. 13233-27319850101619
F.L. Walls and J.J. GagnepainSpecial ApplicationsPrecision Frequency ControlCh. 15287-29619850101618
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E.C.C. Vasconcellos and K.M. EvensonNew Far Infrared Laser Lines Obtained by Optically Pumping ^(13)CD_3ODInt. J. Infrared Milli.61157-116719850101519
D.D. Davis and A.J. ClementsA Simplified GPS C/A Receiver Front End with Low Noise PerformanceProc. 1984 PTTI Mtg. 467-47419841127740
J.J. Bollinger, D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and J.D. PrestageFrequency and Time Standards Based on Stored IonsProc. 1984 PTTI Mtg. 49-5819841127710
M. WeissPosition Location with the NBS/GPS Time Transfer SystemProc. 1984 IEEE PLANS Symp. 175-17919841126704
N. Ashby and D.W. AllanCoordinate Time On and Near the EarthPhys. Rev. Lett.53185819841105681
H.J. Liebe, V.L. Wolfe, and D.A. HoweTest of Wall Coatings for Controlled Moist Air ExperimentsRev. Sci. Instrum.55(10)1702-170519841101708
D.J. WinelandTrapped Ions, Laser Cooling, and Better ClocksScience226395-40019841026685
J.M. Brown, R.F. Curl, and K.M. EvensonThe far-infrared laser magnetic resonance spectrum of the SiH radical and determination of ground state parametersJ. Chem. Phys.812884-289019841001727
M. Inguscio and K.M. EvensonPressure effects on the frequency of continuous-wave optically pumped far-infrared lasersOpt. Lett.9443-44419841001516
M. Inguscio, K.M. Evenson, F.R. Petersen, F. Strumia, and E. VasconcellosA New Efficient Far Infrared Lasing Molecule: ^13CD_3OHInt. J. Infrared and Millimeter Waves51289-1296198408082181
J.J. Bollinger and D.J. WinelandStrongly Coupled Nonneutral Ion PlasmaPhys. Rev. Lett.53348-35119840723692
R. Stamm and E.W. SmithComputer simulation technique for plasmasPhys. Rev. A.30450-45319840701669
E.W. Smith, R. Stamm, and J. CooperDiscussion of the conditional-probability function for electric fields in a plasmaPhys. Rev. A.30454-46719840701668
J.C. Bergquist and L. BurkinsEfficient Single Mode Operation of a cw Ring Dye Laser with a Mach-Zehnder InterferometerOpt. Commun.50379-38519840615686
F.L. Walls and K.B. PerssonA New Miniaturized Passive Hydrogen MaserProc. 1984 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 416-41919840530699
R.J. Saykally, L. Veseth, and K.M. EvensonLaser magnetic resonance rotational spectroscopy of ^2S radicals: Ethynyl (CCH)J. Chem. Phys.802247-225519840315695
K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, and F.R. PetersenTunable far-infrared spectroscopyAppl. Phys. Lett.44576-57819840315684
M. Inguscio, K.M. Evenson, V. Beltran-Lopez, and E. Ley-KooThe Direct Measurement of the 3^3P_0-3^3P_1 Fine-Structure Interval and the g_J-Factor of Atomic Silicon by Laser Magnetic ResonanceAstrophys. J.278L127-L13019840315641
K.M. Evenson, T.J. Sears, and A.R.W. McKellarFar-infrared laser magnetic resonance of vibrationally excited CD_2J. Opt. Soc. Am. B.115-2119840301698
J. LevineD. Multiple Wavelength Electromagnetic Distance MeasurementGeodetic Refraction 45-5119840101753
A.G. Maki and J.S. WellsHigh Resolution Spectrum of the nu_5 Band of Nitric Acid (HNO_3) near 880 cm^(-1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.10817-3019840101714
M. Inguscio, K.R. Leopold, J.M. Murray, and K.M. EvensonFar Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance of Metastable (^3P) MgInt. J. Infrared Milli. 96-9719840101703
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, and J.D. PrestageSpectroscopy of Stored Atomic IonsProc. 1984 ICAP Conf. 3-2719840101700
M. Mizushima, L.R. Zink, and K.M. EvensonRotational Structure of ^(16)O_2, ^(16)O^(17)O, and ^(16)O^(18)O(X^3S_g^-) from Laser Magnetic Resonance SpectraJ. Mol. Spectrosc.107395-40419840101693
J.S. Wells, D.A. Jennings, and A.G. MakiImproved Deuterium Bromide 1-0 Band Molecular Constants from Heterodyne Frequency MeasurementsJ. Mol. Spectrosc.10748-6119840101691
J.J. Bollinger, D.J. Wineland, and W.M. ItanoLaser-Cooled Stored Ion Experiments Using Penning TrapsProc. 1984 ICOLS Conf. 727-73019840101687
F.R. Petersen, J.S. Wells, K.J. Siemsen, A.M. Robinson, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements and Analysis of CO_2 Laser Hot Band TransitionsJ. Mol. Spectrosc.105324-33019840101678
E.N. Fortson and L.L. LewisAtomic Parity Nonconservation ExperimentsPhys. Rep.113289-34419840101677
C.R. Pollock, F.R. Petersen, D.A. Jennings, J.S. Wells, and A.G. MakiAbsolute Frequency Measurements of the 00^(0)2-00^(0)0, 20^(0)1-00^(0)0, and 12^(0)1-00^(0)0 Bands of N_2O by Heterodyne SpectroscopyJ. Mol. Spectrosc.10762-7119840101676
J.C. Bergquist and H.-U. DanielA Wideband Frequency-Offset-Locked Dye Laser Spectrometer Using a Schottky Barrier MixerOpt. Commun.48327-33319840101674
T.J. Sears, A.R.W. McKellar, P.R. Bunker, K.M. Evenson, and J.M. BrownInfrared and Far-Infrared Transition Frequencies for the CH_2 RadicalAstrophys. J.276399-40219840101652
K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, F.R. Petersen, J.S. Wells, and R.E. DrullingerOptical Frequency Synthesis SpectroscopyProg. Quant. Electr.8143-15119840101649
W.M. Itano, D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, and F.L. WallsProgress Toward a Stored Ion Frequency Standard at the National Bureau of StandardsNBS Spec. Publ. 617 93-9719840101565
D.J. WinelandSpectroscopy of Stored IonsNBS Spec. Publ. 617 83-9219840101563
L.L. Lewis, F.L. Walls, and D.A. HoweProspects for Cesium Primary Standards at the National Bureau of StandardsNBS Spec. Publ. 617 25-2719840101559
S.R. Stein, G. Kamas, and D.W. AllanNew Time and Frequency Services at the National Bureau of StandardsProc. 1983 PTTI Mtg. 17-2719831206665
D.W. Allan and M. WeissSeparating the Variances of Noise Components in the Global Positioning SystemProc. 1983 PTTI Mtg. 115-13119831206664
D.W. Allan, D.J. Glaze, J.E. Gray, R.H. Jones, J. Levine, and S.R. SteinRecent Improvements in the Atomic Time Scales of the National Bureau of StandardsProc. 1983 PTTI Mtg. 29-4019831206663
D.W. AllanClock Characterization TutorialProc. 1983 PTTI Mtg. 259-47519831206662
G. Kamas and J.L. JespersenNew Frequency Calibration Service Offered by the National Bureau of StandardsProc. 1983 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 506-51619831206638
A.R.W. McKellar, P.R. Bunker, T.J. Sears, K.M. Evenson, R.J. Saykally, and S.R. LanghoffFar infrared laser magnetic resonance of singlet methylene: Singlet-triplet perturbations, singlet-triplet transitions, and the singlet-triplet splittingJ. Chem. Phys.795251-526419831201671
M.A. Zumberge, J.E. Faller, and J. GschwindResults from an Absolute Gravity Survey in the United StatesJ. Geophys. Res.887495-750219830910627
N.F. RamseyHistory of Atomic ClocksJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand.88301-320198309011916
J.J. Bollinger, W.M. Itano, and D.J. WinelandLaser Cooled ^9Be^+ Accurate ClockProc. 1983 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 37-4119830831660
H. Hemmati and J.C. BergquistGeneration of Continuous-Wave 243-nm Radiation by Sum-Frequency MixingOpt. Commun.47157-16019830815650
J.J. Bollinger, D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, and J.S. WellsPrecision Measurements of Laser Cooled ^(9)Be^+ IonsLaser Spectroscopy VI 168-172198308011587
P.R. Bunker, T.J. Sears, A.R.W. McKellar, K.M. Evenson, and F.J. LovasThe rotational spectrum of the CD_2 radical studied by far infrared laser magnetic resonance spectroscopyJ. Chem. Phys.791211-121919830801640
D.J. Glaze and S.R. SteinPicosecond Time Difference Measurements Utilizing CAMAC-Based ANSI/IEEE-488 Data Acquisition Hardware, Operating Manual IE3, Version 1.0NBS Tech. Note 1056 36 p.19830801603
J.J. Gagnepain, M. Olivier, and F.L. WallsExcess Noise in Quartz Crystal ResonatorsProc. 1983 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 218-22519830629658
K.M. Evenson and M. InguscioLaser Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of AtomsLaser Spectroscopy VI 80-8119830627694
H. Hemmati, J.C. Bergquist, and W.M. ItanoSum Frequency Generation of Narrowband cw 194 nm Radiation in Potassium PentaborateLaser Spectroscopy VI 414-41519830627670
D.W. AllanNational and International Time and Frequency ComparisonsProc. 1983 IEEE Freq. Cont. Symp. 55-6019830601644
D.W. Allan and G.M.R. WinklerPulsar ClockScience22077619830521661
J.M. Brown and K.M. EvensonThe Microwave and Far-Infrared Spectra of the CH RadicalAstrophys. J.268L51-L5619830501623
F.J. Lovas, R.D. Suenram, and K.M. EvensonLaboratory Measurement of the 4_(04)-3_(13) 70 GHz Transition of Ground-State Methylene (CH_2)Astrophys. J.267L131-L133198304151036
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, J.J. Bollinger, and H. HemmatiFrequency Standard Research Using Stored IonsNBS Spec. Publ. 653 19-2619830414648
L. LewisLimitations of Atomic Beam Frequency StandardsNBS Spec. Publ. 653 38-4619830414647
S.R. SteinThe Design of Atomic Frequency Standards and Their Performance in Specific ApplicationsNBS Spec. Publ. 653 9-1819830414645
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D.A. Howe and F.L. WallsA Compact Hydrogen Maser with Exceptional Long-Term StabilityIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.32218-22319830301615
C.R. Pollock, D.A. Jennings, F.R. Petersen, J.S. Wells, R.E. Drullinger, E.C. Beaty and K.M. EvensonDirect frequency measurements of transitions at 520 THz (576 nm) in iodine and 260 THz (1.15 Ám) in neonOpt. Lett.8133-13519830301605
D.A. Jennings, C.R. Pollock, F.R. Petersen, R.E. Drullinger, K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, J.L. Hall, and H.P. LayerDirect frequency measurement of the I_2-stabilized He-Ne 473-THz (633-nm) laserOpt. Lett.8136-13819830301604
S.R. Stein, D.J. Glaze, J. Levine, J.E. Gray, D. Hilliard, D.A. Howe, and L.A. ErbAutomated High-Accuracy Phase Measurement SystemIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.32227-23119830301599
D.J. Wineland, J.J. Bollinger, and W.M. ItanoLaser-Fluorescence Mass SpectroscopyPhys. Rev. Lett.50628-63119830228629
H. Hemmati, J.C. Bergquist, and W.M. ItanoGeneration of continuous-wave 194-nm radiation by sum-frequency mixing in an external ring cavityOpt. Lett.873-7519830201624
W.M. ItanoChemical shift correction to the Knight shift in berylliumPhys. Rev. B.271906-190719830201609
R.E. Drullinger, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, F.R. Petersen, J.C. Bergquist, and L. Burkins2.5-THz Frequency Difference Measurements in the Visible Using Metal-Insulator-Metal DiodesAppl. Phys. Lett.42137-13819830115536
P.V. Tyron and R.H. JonesEstimation of Parameters in Models for Cesium Beam Atomic ClocksJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand.883-16198301012607
R. H. Jones and P. V. TryonEstimating Time From Atomic ClocksJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand.8817-2419830101912
R.J. Saykally, K.G. Lubic, and K.M. EvensonStructures of Molecular Ions from Laser Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyMolecular Ions 33-5219830101902
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.J. Bollinger, J.C. Bergquist, and H. HemmatiSpectroscopy of stored ions using fluorescence techniquesProc. 1983 SPIE Conf.42665-7019830101659
J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements and Frequency Calibration Standards for Tunable Diode LasersProc. 1983 SPIE Conf.438110-11819830101654
F.R. Petersen, E.C. Beaty, and C.R. PollockImproved Rovibrational Constants and Frequency Tables for the Normal Laser Bands of ^(12)C^(16)O_2J. Mol. Spectrosc.102112-12219830101653
M. Mizushmima, K.M. Evenson, J.A. Mucha, D.A. Jennings, and J.M. BrownLaser Magnetic Resonance of the O_2 Molecule at 699 ÁmJ. Mol. Spectrosc.100303-31519830101642
C.R. Pollock, F.R. Petersen, D.A. Jennings, J.S. Wells, and A.G. MakiAbsolute Frequency Measurements of the 2-0 Band of CO at 2.3 Ám; Calibration Standard Frequencies from High Resolution Color Center Laser SpectroscopyJ. Mol. Spectrosc.99357-36819830101635
E.C.C. Vasconcellos, J.C. Wyss, F.R. Petersen, and K.M. EvensonFrequency Measurements of Far Infrared cw Lasing Lines in Optically Pumped CHCl_2FInt. J. Infrared Milli.4401-40619830101633
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, and R.S. Van Dyck, Jr.High-Resolution Spectroscopy of Stored IonsAdv. Atom Mol. Opt. Phys.19135-18619830101630
J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne Frequency Measurements of Carbonyl Sulfide Transitions at 26 and 51 THz Improved OCS, O^(13)CS, and OC^(34)S Molecular ConstantsJ. Mol. Spectrosc.98404-41219830101628
J.M. Brown and K.M. EvensonThe Far-Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance Spectrum of the CH Radical and Determination of Ground-State ParametersJ. Mol. Spectrosc.98392-40319830101625
M.A. WeissPosition Location Using Sequential GPS MeasurementsProc. 1982 IEEE PLANS Conf. 275-27819821206621
J. LevineThe Earth TidesPhys. Teach.20588-59519821201622
T.J. Sears, P.R. Bunker, A.R.W. McKellar, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, and J.M. BrownThe rotational spectrum and hyperfine structure of the methylene radical CH_2 studied by far-infrared laser magnetic resonance spectroscopyJ. Chem. Phys.775348-536219821201549
R. Decher, D.W. Allan, C.O. Alley, C. Baugher, B.J. Duncan, R.F.C. Vessot, and G.M.R. WinklerHigh-Accuracy Global Time and Frequency Transfer with a Space-Borne Hydrogen Maser ClockProc. 1982 PTTI Mtg. 205-22119821130636
J.A. Barnes, R.H. Jones, P.V. Tryon, and D.W. AllanStochastic Models for Atomic ClocksProc. 1982 PTTI Mtg. 295-30619821130626
R.E. BeehlerGOES Satellite Time Code DisseminationProc. 1982 PTTI Mtg. 57-8119821130613
J.C. Bergquist, H. Hemmati, and W.M. ItanoHigh Power Second-Harmonic Generation of 257 nm Radiation in an External Ring CavityOpt. Commun.43437-44219821115614
J.M. Brown, J.E. Schubert, K.M. Evenson, and H.E. RadfordThe Far-Infrared Spectrum of the OH RadicalAstrophys. J.258899-90319820715585
D.W. Allan, C.O. Alley, R. Decher, R.F.C. Vessot, and G.M.R. WinklerShuttle Experiment to Demonstrate High-Accuracy Global Time and Frequency TransferIEEE T. Geosci. Remote20321-32519820701606
R.J. Saykally, K.G. Lubic, A. Scalabrin, and K.M. EvensonThe pure rotational spectrum and hyperfine structure of CF studied by laser magnetic resonanceJ. Chem. Phys.7758-6719820701573
D. Davis, M.A. Weiss, A.C. Clements, and D.W. AllanRemote Synchronization within a Few Nanoseconds by Simultaneous Viewing of the 1.575 GHz GPS Satellite SignalsIEEE CPEM 1982 Conf. Dig. N15-N17198206282133
C.R. Pollock, D.A. Jennings, F.R. Petersen, J.S. Wells, R.E. Drullinger, E.C. Beaty, and K.M. EvensonAbsolute-Frequency Measurements of the 520 THz Hyperfine Components of Iodine and the 260 THz Emission of NeonIEEE CPEM 1982 Conf. Dig. 9-1019820628620
F.L. WallsVibration and Acceleration-Induced Timing Errors of Clocks and Clock SystemsProc. 1982 Freq. Cont. Symp. 37119820602631
S.R. Stein, D.J. Glaze, J. Levine, J.E. Gray, D. Hilliard, D.A. Howe, and L.A. ErbPerformance of an Automated High Accuracy Phase Measurement SystemProc. 1982 Freq. Cont. Symp. 314-32019820602610
D.W. Allan and J.A. BarnesOptimal Time and Frequency Transfer Using GPS SignalsProc. 1982 Freq. Cont. Symp. 378-38719820602149
W.M. Itano, L.L. Lewis, and D.J. WinelandShift of ^2S_(1/2) hyperfine splittings due to blackbody radiationPhys. Rev. A.251233-123519820201167
R.J. Besson, J.M. Groslambert, and F.L. WallsQuartz Crystal Resonators and Oscillators, Recent Developments and Future TrendsFerroelectrics4357-6519820101594
Y.-P. Lee, R.M. Stimpfle, R.A. Perry, J.A. Mucha, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, and C.J. HowardLaser Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of ClO and Kinetic Studies of the Reactions of ClO with NO and NO_2Int. J. Chem. Kine.14711-73219820101576
H. Hemmati, J.C. Bergquist, and W.M. ItanoSum Frequency Generation of CW 194 nm Radiation in Potassium PentaborateProc. 1982 SICOLS Conf. 485-49019820101574
W.M. Itano and D.J. WinelandLaser cooling of ions stored in harmonic and Penning trapsPhys. Rev. A.2535-5419820101570
C.W. Patterson, R.S. McDowell, N.G. Nereson, B.J. Krohn, J.S. Wells, and F.R. PetersenTunable Laser Diode Study of the nu_3 Band of SiF_4 near 9.7 ÁmJ. Mol. Spectrosc.91416-42319820101535
L.L. Lewis, F.L. Walls, and D.J. GlazeDesign Considerations and Performance of NBS-6, The NBS Primary Frequency StandardProc. 1981 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. / J. Phys. (Paris)42241-24619811201592
L.L. Lewis, M. Feldman, and J.C. BergquistImpact of Lasers on Primary Frequency Standards and Precision SpectroscopyProc. 1981 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. / J. Phys. (Paris)42271-28119811201590
D.W. Allan, C.O. Alley, N. Ashby, R. Decher, R.F.C. Vessot, and G.M.R. WinklerUltra-Accurate International Time and Frequency Comparison Via an Orbiting Hydrogen-Maser ClockProc. 1981 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. / J. Phys. (Paris)42395-41319811201589
W.M. Itano, L.L. Lewis, and D.J. WinelandShift of ^2S_(1/2) Hyperfine Splittings Due to Blackbody Radiation and Its Influence on Frequency StandardsProc. 1981 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. / J. Phys. (Paris)42283-28719811201586
F.L. Walls and D.A. HoweTimekeeping Potentials Using Passive Hydrogen MasersProc. 1981 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. / J. Phys. (Paris)42151-15819811201584
K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, and F.R. PetersenThe Frequency Measurement of Visible LightProc. 1981 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. / J. Phys. (Paris)42473-48319811201583
J. Levine, J.C. Harrison, and C.M. MeertensPerformance of a Deep Borehole TiltmeterProc. 1981 Intl. Symp. on Earth Tides 47-5719811201579
D.J. WinelandProspects for Stored Ion Frequency StandardsProc. 1981 PTTI Mtg. 579-59119811201577
D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, R.E. Drullinger, H. Hemmati, W.M. Itano and F.L. WallsLaser Cooled, Stored Ion Experiments at NBS and Possible Applications to Microwave and Optical Frequency StandardsProc. 1981 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. / J. Phys. (Paris)42307-31319811201566
D.D. Davis, M.A. Weiss, A.J. Clements, and D.W. AllanUnprecedented Syntonization and Synchronization Accuracy Via Simultaneous Viewing with GPS Receivers; Construction Characteristics of an NBS/GPS ReceiverProc. 1981 PTTI Mtg. 527-5441981120128
W. Gellermann, F. Luty, and C.R. PollockOptical Properties and Stable, Broadly Tunable cw Laser Operation of New F-Type Centers in Tl^+-Doped Alkali HalidesOpt. Commun.39391-39519811115588
K.M. EvensonLaser Frequency Measurements and the Redefinition of the MeterLaser Focus1761-6319811101513
R.E. DrullingerIncreased Gain Through Identification and Alleviation of Dye Self Absorption in Laser Pumped Dye LasersOpt. Commun.39263-26419811015596
F.R. Petersen, J.S. Wells, A.G. Maki, and K.J. SiemsenHeterodyne frequency measurements of ^(13)CO_2 laser hot band transitionsAppl. Optics203635-364019811015555
W.M. Itano and D.J. WinelandPrecision measurement of the ground-state hyperfine constant of ^(25)Mg^+Phys. Rev. A.241364-137319810901532
R.S. McDowell, C.W. Patterson, N.G. Nereson, F.R. Petersen, and J.S. WellsCO_2 laser coincidences with nu_3 of SiF_4 near 9.7 ÁmOpt. Lett.6422-42419810901508
W.M. Itano and D.J. WinelandLaser Cooling and Double Resonance Spectroscopy of Stored IonsLaser Spectroscopy V 360-36819810623561
E.W. SmithAbsorption and Dispersion in the O_2 Microwave Spectrum at Atmospheric PressuresJ. Chem. Phys.746658-667319810615497
D.A. Howe, D.W. Allan, and J.A. BarnesProperties of Signal Sources and Measurement MethodsProc. 1981 Freq. Cont. Symp. 1-4719810527554
M. Feldman, J.C. Bergquist, L.L. Lewis, and F.L. WallsPreliminary Investigation of a New Optically Pumped Atomic Rubidium StandardProc. 1981 Freq. Cont. Symp. 625-63619810501564
L.L. Lewis and M. FeldmanOptical Pumping by Lasers in Atomic Frequency StandardsProc. 1981 Freq. Cont. Symp. 612-62419810501562
D.W. Allan and J.A. BarnesA Modified `Allan Variance' with Increased Oscillator Characterization AbilityProc. 1981 Freq. Cont. Symp. 470-47519810501560
D.D. Davis, M.A. Weiss, A.J. Clements, and D.W. AllanConstruction and Performance Characteristics of a Prototype NBS/GPS ReceiverProc. 1981 Freq. Cont. Symp. 546-55219810501558
D.J. Wineland, W.M. Itano, J.C. Bergquist, and F.L. WallsProposed Stored ^(201)Hg^+ Ion Frequency StandardsProc. 1981 Freq. Cont. Symp. 602-61119810501556
J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, A.G. Maki, and D.J. SukleHeterodyne frequency measurements on the 11.6-Ám band of OCS: new frequency/wavelength calibration tables for 11.6- and 5.8-Ám OCS bandsAppl. Optics201676-168419810501507
H.E. Radford, K.M. Evenson, and D.A. JenningsFar-infrared LMR detection of hydroxymethylChem. Phys. Lett.78589-59119810315553
J.H. Hollister, G.R. Apperson, L.L. Lewis, T.P. Emmons, T.G. Vold, and E.N. FortsonMeasurement of Parity Nonconservation in Atomic BismuthPhys. Rev. Lett.46643-64619810309954
D.J. Wineland and W.M. ItanoSpectroscopy of a Single Mg^+ IonPhys. Lett.82A75-7819810309495
R.L. BargerInfluence of second-order doppler effect on optical ramsey fringe profilesOpt. Lett.6145-14719810301494
E.C.C. Vasconcellos, A. Scalabrin, F.R. Petersen, and K.M. EvensonNew FIR Laser Lines and Frequency Measurements in CD_3ODInt. J. Infrared Milli.2533-53919810201501
J.C. Harrison, J. Levine, and C.M. MeertensDesign of a Deep Borehole TiltmeterProc. 1981 Intl. Symp. on Earth Tides 273-28119810106587
E.C.C. Vasconcellos, F.R. Petersen, and K.M. EvensonFrequencies and Wavelengths from a New, Efficient FIR Lasing Gas: CD_2F_2Int. J. Infrared Mill.2705-71119810101593
R.E. BeehlerTime/Frequency Services of the U.S. National Bureau of Standards and Some Alternatives for Future ImprovementJ. I. El. Telecom. Eng.27389-40219810101591
K.M. EvensonFar-Infrared Laser Magnetic ResonanceFaraday Discussions of The Roy. Soc. Chem.717-1419810101572
J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, A.G. Maki, and D.J. SukleHeterodyne Frequency Measurements (at 11.6 Ám) on Isotopic Species of Carbonyl Sulfide, OC^(34)S, O^(13)CS, OC^(33)S, ^(18)OCS, and O^(13)C^(34)SJ. Mol. Spectrosc.89421-42919810101552
J.M. Brown, C.M.L. Kerr, F.D. Wayne, K.M. Evenson, and H.E. RadfordThe Far-Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance Spectrum of the OH RadicalJ. Mol. Spectrosc.86544-55419810101530
E.W. Smith, B. Talin, and J. CooperAn Analysis of Markovian Model Microfield Methods for Stark BroadeningJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.26229-24219810101509
A. Scalabrin, R.J. Saykally, K.M. Evenson, H.E. Radford and M. MizushimaLaser Magnetic Resonance Measurement of Rotational Transitions in the Metastable a^1capdelta_g State of OxygenJ. Mol. Spectrosc.89344-35119810101506
D.W. AllanSome Methods of Maintaining and/or Generating Time and Frequency at Arbitrary Points on Surface of the EarthJ. I. El. Telecom. Eng.27383-38819810101502
J.L. Jespersen, M.A. Weiss, D.D. Davis, and D.W. AllanGlobal Positioning System for Accurate Time and Frequency Transfer and for Cost-Effective Civilian NavigationProc. 1980 IEEE PLANS Conf. 36 p.19801208496
F.L. Walls and D.A. HowePrecision Timekeeping Using a Small Passive Hydrogen MaserProc. 1980 PTTI Mtg. 785-80419801202503
J.A. Barnes, H.H. Sargent III, and P.V. TryonSunspot Cycle Simulation Using a Narrowband Gaussian ProcessNBS Tech. Note 1022 23 p.19800901162
A. Risley, S. Jarvis, Jr. and J. VanierThe dependence of frequency upon microwave power of wall-coated and buffer-gas-filled gas cell Rb^(87) frequency standardsJ. Appl. Phys.514571-457619800901158
R.L. BargerSimple interferometric technique for alignment of segmented retroreflectorsAppl. Optics192088-208919800701258
S.R. SteinSpace applications of superconductivity: resonators for high stability oscillators and other applicationsCryogenics20363-37119800701138
D.W. Allan, C.O. Alley, R. Decher, R.F.C. Vessot, and G.M.R. WinklerShuttle Time and Frequency Transfer ExperimentNASA Tech. Memo. 78288 1-2819800601646
R.J. Saykally and K.M. EvensonDirect Measurement of Fine Structure in the Ground State of Atomic Carbon by Laser Magnetic ResonanceAstrophys. J.238L107-L11119800601150
D.J. Wineland, J.C. Bergquist, W.M. Itano, and R.E. DrullingerDouble-resonance and optical-pumping experiments on electromagnetically confined, laser-cooled ionsOpt. Lett.5245-24719800601147
D.W. Allan and M.A. WeissAccurate Time and Frequency Transfer During Common-View of a GPS SatelliteProc. 1980 Freq. Cont. Symp. 334-34619800528192
F.R. Petersen, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, and A. ScalabrinNew Frequency Measurements and Laser Lines of Optically Pumped ^(12)CH_3OHIEEE J. Quantum Elect.16319-32319800301159
K.M. Evenson, R.J. Saykally, D.A. Jennings, R.F. Curl, and J.M. BrownFar Infrared Laser Magnetic ResonanceChemical and Biochemical Applications of Lasers 95-13819800101953
K.M. Evenson and R.J. SaykallyFar Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyInterstellar Molecules 239-24519800101547
R. Decher, D.W. Allan, C.O. Alley, R.F.C. Vessot, and G.M.R. WinklerA Space System for High-Accuracy Global Time and Frequency Comparison of ClocksProc. 1980 PTTI Mtg. 99-11019800101544
J.A. BarnesClocks, Atomic and MolecularEncyclopedia of Physics 1980 124-12519800101517
J.A. Barnes, H.H. Sargent III, and P.V. TryonSunspot cycle simulation using random noiseProc. Conf. Ancient Sun 159-16319800101230
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A.G. Maki and J.S. WellsHigh-Resolution Measurement and Analysis of the Infrared Spectrum of Nitric Acid near 1700 cm^(-1)J. Mol. Spectrosc.82427-43419800101163
F.R. Petersen, A. Scalabrin, and K.M. EvensonFrequencies of cw Fir Laser Lines from Optically Pumped CH_2F_2Int. J. Infrared Milli.1111-11519800101161
A. Scalabrin, F.R. Petersen, K.M. Evenson, and D.A. JenningsOptically Pumped cw CH_2DOH Fir Laser: New Lines and Frequency MeasurementsInt. J. Infrared Milli.1117-12619800101160
R.E. Drullinger, D.J. Wineland, and J.C. BergquistHigh-Resolution Optical Spectra of Laser Cooled IonsAppl. Phys.22365-36819800101151
J.L. JespersenSome Implications of Reciprocity for Two-Way Clock SynchronizationProc. 1979 PTTI Mtg. 171-18419791127155
R.E. Beehler, D.D. Davis, J.V. Cateora, A.J. Clements, J.A. Barnes, and E. Mendez-QuinonesTime Recovery Measurements Using Operational GOES and Transit SatellitesProc. 1979 PTTI Mtg. 283-31219791127154
J.L. Jespersen, G. Kamas, and M.A. WeissVoice Announcements of Time: A New ApproachProc. 1979 PTTI Mtg. 363-38319791127153
F.L. WallsProspects for Advances in Microwave Atomic Frequency StandardsProc. 1979 PTTI Mtg. 619-64019791127148
D.J. WinelandLimitations on Long-Term Stability and Accuracy in Atomic ClocksProc. 1979 PTTI Mtg. 81-11019791127146
S.R. SteinImpact of Improved Clocks and Oscillators on Communications and Navigation SystemsProc. 1979 PTTI Mtg. 31-3619791127145
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J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, and A.G. MakiHeterodyne frequency measurements with a tunable diode laser-CO_2 laser spectrometer: spectroscopic reference frequencies in the 9.5-Ám band of carbonyl sulfideAppl. Optics183567-357319791101164
J.A. Mucha, K.M. Evenson, D.A. Jennings, G.B. Ellison, and C.J. HowardLaser magnetic resonance detection of rotational transitions in CH_2Chem. Phys. Lett.66244-24719791001354
D.J. Wineland and W.M. ItanoLaser cooling of atomsPhys. Rev. A.201521-154019791001144
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B.E. Warner, K.B. Persson, and G.J. CollinsMetal-vapor production by dputtering in a hollow-cathode discharge: Theory and experimentJ. Appl. Phys.505694-570319790901410
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K.M. Baird, K.M. Evenson, G.R. Hanes, D.A. Jennings, and F.R. PetersenExtension of absolute-frequency measurements to the visible: frequencies of ten hyperfine components of iodineOpt. Lett.4263-26419790901257
F.L. WallsFuture of Quartz Resonator ThermometryProc. 1979 Tech. Meas. Thermodynamic Prop. 51-6219790821142
N. Ashby and D.W. AllanPractical implications of relativity for a global coordinate time scaleRadio Sci.14649-66919790801133
D.W. Hanson, D.D. Davis, and J.V. CateoraNBS Time to the Western Hemisphere by SatelliteRadio Sci.14731-74019790701473
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R.L. Barger, J.C. Bergquist, T.C. English, and D.J. GlazeResolution of photon-recoil structure of the 6573-A calcium line in an atomic beam with optical Ramsey fringesAppl. Phys. Lett.34850-85219790615262
D.J. Wineland, D.A. Howe, M.B. Mohler, and H. HellwigSpecial Purpose Ammonia Frequency Standard--A Feasibility StudyIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.28122-13219790601141
A.S. Risley, S. Jarvis, Jr., and J. VanierStudy of the Dependence of Frequency Upon Microwave Power of Wall-Coated and Buffer-Gas-Filled Passive Rb^(87) Frequency StandardsProc. 1979 Freq. Cont. Symp. 477-48319790530198
J.C. Bergquist and D.J. WinelandLaser to Microwave Frequency Division Using Synchrotron Radiation IIProc. 1979 Freq. Cont. Symp. 494-49719790530139
D.A. Jennings, F.R. Petersen, and K.M. EvensonFrequency measurement of the 260-THz (1.15 Ám) He-Ne laserOpt. Lett.4129-13019790501439
G.E. Streit, J.S. Wells, F.C. Fehsenfeld, and C.J. HowardA tunable diode laser study of the reactions of nitric and nitrous acids: HNO_3+NO and HNO_2+O_3J. Chem. Phys.703439-344319790401391
D.J. WinelandLaser-to-microwave frequency division using synchrotron radiationJ. Appl. Phys.502528-253219790401129
H.W. Hellwig, S. Jarvis, and D.J. WinelandFrequency Stabilizing System and Method for Beam Type DeviceUnited States Patent - No. 4,146,848 11 p.197903272486
W.G. Harter, H.P. Layer, and F.R. PetersenEvidence of tumbling multiplets in saturation absorption spectra of SiF_4Opt. Lett.490-9219790301545
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R.J. Saykally and K.M. EvensonObservation of Pure Rotational Transitions in the HBr^+ Molecular Ion by Laser Magnetic ResonancePhys. Rev. Lett.4351519790101551
D.A. Jennings, F.R. Petersen, and K.M. EvensonDirect Frequency Measurement of the 260 THz (1.15 Ám) ^(20)Ne Laser: And BeyondProc. Laser Spectroscopy IV 39-4819790101533
J.O. Henningsen, J.G. Petersen, F.R. Petersen, D.A. Jennings, and K.M. EvensonHigh Resolution Spectroscopy of Vibrationally Excited ^(13)CH_3OH by Frequency Measurement of FIR Laser EmissionJ. Mol. Spectrosc.77298-30919790101327
J.C. Bergquist, R.L. Barger, and D.J. GlazeHigh Resolution Spectroscopy of Calcium AtomsProc. 1979 FICOLS Conf. 120-12919790101165
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S.R. Stein and F.L. WallsComposite Oscillator Systems for Meeting User Needs for Time and FrequencyProc. 1978 PTTI Mtg. 17-33197812011512
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R.M. Garvey, H. Hellwig, S. Jarvis, Jr., and D.J. WinelandTwo-Frequency Separated Oscillating Fields Technique for Atomic and Molecular Beam SpectroscopyIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.27349-35419781201127
D.J. Wineland, S. Jarvis, Jr., H. Hellwig, and R.M. GarveyA New Method to Eliminate Cavity Phase Shift in Cesium Beam StandardsProc. 1978 PTTI Mtg. 571-57719781129126
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H. Hellwig, S.R. Stein, F.L. Walls, and A. KahanRelationships Between the Performance of Time/Frequency Standards and Navigation/Communication SystemsProc. 1978 PTTI Mtg. 37-5119781128135
C.C. Costain, J.S. Boulanger, H. Daams, D.W. Hanson, R.E. Beehler, A.J. Clements, D.D. Davis, W.J. Klepczynski, L. Veenstra, J. Kaiser, B. Guinot, J. Azoubib, P. Parcelier, G. Freon, and M. BrunetTwo-Way Time Transfer Via Geostationary Satellites NRC/NBS, NCR/USNO and NBS/USNO Via Hermes and NRC/LPTF (France) Via SymphonieProc. 1978 PTTI Mtg. 499-51519781127157
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F.L. WallsFrequency Stabilization Utilizing Multiple ModulationUnited States Patent No. 4,122,408 14 p.197810242104
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R.E. Drullinger and M. StockThe CD*_2 Excimer: Fluorescence Band Shape and Decay RatesJ. Chem. Phys.685299-530019780601291
D.A. Howe, F.L. Walls, H.E. Bell, and H. HellwigA Small, Passively Operated Hydrogen MaserProc. 1978 Freq. Cont. Symp. 554-56819780531156
F.L. Walls, D.J. Wineland, and R.E. DrullingerNew Possibilities for Frequency Standards Using Laser Cooling and Detection of Stored IonsProc. 1978 Freq. Cont. Symp. 453-45919780531125
A. Risley and G. BuscaEffect of Line Inhomogeneity on the Frequency of Passive Rb^(87) Frequency StandardsProc. 1978 Freq. Cont. Symp. 506-51319780531123
F.L. Walls and D.A. HoweA Passive Hydrogen Maser Frequency StandardProc. 1978 Freq. Cont. Symp. 492-49819780531122
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L.K. Lam, A. Gallagher, and R.E. DrullingerMeasurement of HgXe Excimer PotentialsJ. Chem. Phys.684411-441619780515442
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R.J. BessonA New `Electrodeless' Resonator DesignProc. 1977 Freq. Cont. Symp. 147-15219770601214
S.R. Stein and H. Van de StadtElectronic Tuning and Phase-Lock Techniques for Optically Pumped Far Infrared LasersProc. 1977 Freq. Cont. Symp. 601-60419770601114
F.L. Walls and S.R. SteinAccurate Measurements of Spectral Density of Phase Noise in DevicesProc. 1977 Freq. Cont. Symp. 335-34319770601112
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A.S. RisleyA Study of Point-Contact Josephson Junctions for Use in Frequency SynthesisProc. 1977 Freq. Cont. Symp. 583-58919770601110
D.J. Wineland, D.A. Howe, and M.B. MohlerResults with the Special-Purpose Ammonia Frequency StandardProc. 1977 Freq. Cont. Symp. 562-57319770601109
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J.A. Mucha, D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, and J.T. HougenFar-Infrared Laser Magnetic Resonance Spectrum of CH_2FJ. Mol. Spectrosc.68122-12419770101352
J.E. Faller and J. LevineThe Measurement of the Positions of Points on the Earth's Surface Using an Absolute Gravimeter and Multi-Wavelength Geodimeter as Complements to Extraterrestrial TechniquesScientific Applications of Lunar Laser Ranging 277-28319770101317
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P.P. ViezbickeYagi Antenna DesignNBS Tech. Note 688 30 p.19761201451
H. HellwigDesign Principles and Characteristics of Frequency and Time StandardsIEEE T. Nucl. Sci.231629-163519761201102
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F.L. Walls and S.R. SteinServo Techniques in Oscillators and Measurement SystemsNBS Tech. Note 692 25 p.19761201100
D.W. Hanson, J.V. Cateora, and D.D. DavisA Time Code from NOAA's Geostationary Operational Environmental SatellitesProc. 1976 PTTI Mtg. 105-12419761130492
D.J. Wineland, D.A. Howe, and H. HellwigSpecial Purpose Atomic (Molecular) StandardProc. 1976 PTTI Mtg. 429-44719761120116
F.L. WallsDesign and Results from a Prototype Passive Hydrogen Maser Frequency StandardProc. 1976 PTTI Mtg. 369-38019761120115
J.S. Wells, G.E. Streit, and F.R. PetersenAbsolute Spin-Flip Raman Laser Frequency Measurements with Metal-Insulator-Metal DiodesOpt. Commun.19248-25219761101415
J.E. GrayClock Synchronization and Comparison: Problems, Techniques and HardwareNBS Tech. Note 691 14 p.1976110199
J.A. BarnesA Simulation of the Fluctuations of International Atomic TimeNBS Tech. Note 689 25 p.1976110198
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J.A. BarnesModels for the Interpretation of Frequency Stability MeasurementsNBS Tech. Note 683 47 p.1976080195
S.R. SteinAn NBS Phase Noise Measurement System Built for Frequency Domain Measurements Associated with the Global Positioning SystemNBSIR 76-846 28 p.1976080194
W.L. Johnson, J.R. McNeil, G.J. Collins, and K.B. PerssonCW laser action in the blue-green spectral region from Ag IIAppl. Phys. Lett.29101-10219760715438
R.L. Barger, J.B. West, and T.C. EnglishLaser Frequency Stabilization Using Saturated Absorption of the 6573 Angstrom Line of CalciumProc. 1976 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 83-106197607052213
D.J. WinelandThe Cesium Beam Frequency Standard - Prospects For The FutureProc. 1976 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 21-26197607051815
S.R. SteinA Superconducting Parametric Oscillator For Use In Infrared Frequency SynthesisProc. 1976 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 479-488197607051814
F.L. WallsNew Horizons and Old Pitfalls in Frequency and Time MetrologyProc. 1976 Freq. Stand. Metrology Symp. 489-51719760705106
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J.J. GagnepainFundamental Noise Studies of Quartz Crystal ResonatorsProc. 1976 Freq. Cont. Symp. 84-911976060292
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F.L. Walls and H. HellwigA New Kind of Passively Operating Hydrogen Frequency StandardProc. 1976 Freq. Cont. Symp. 473-4801976060289
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J. Levine and J.C. HarrisonEarth Tide Strain Measurements in the Poorman Mine Near Boulder, ColoradoJ. Geophys. Res.812543-255519760510446
D.W. Allan and F.H. BrzotickyCalibration of Police Radar InstrumentsNBS Spec. Publ. 442 (excerpt) 6 p.1976050187
J.S. Wells, G.E. Streit, and F.R. PetersenApplication of Infrared Frequency Synthesis Techniques With Metal-Insulator-Metal Diodes to the Spin Flip Raman LaserNBS Tech. Note 680 16 p.19760401197
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Y. Beers and C.J. HowardThe spectrum of DO_2 near 60 GHz and the structure of the hydroperoxyl radicalJ. Chem. Phys.641541-154319760215275
R.V. Pound, W.T. Vetterling, C.J.A. Penny, H.M. Smith, G.A. Wilkins, D.W. Allan, A.G. Mungall, G.M.R. Winkler, W.H. Cannon, and O.G. JensenAcceleration and ClocksScience191489-4911976020683
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D.D. DavisA Microprocessor Data Logging System for Utilizing TV as a Time-Frequency Transfer StandardProc. 1976 PTTI Mtg. 167-18119760101487
F.B. Haller, M.M. Hessel, W. Neef, W. Lai, and H. LohrConcentric Heat Pipe Cavity for E-Beam Excited LasersProc. 1976 Symp. Eng. Prob. of Fusion Res. 79-8319760101325
K.M. Evenson and F.R. PetersenLaser Frequency Measurements, the Speed of Light, and the MeterSpectroscopy of Atoms and Molecules2349-36819760101307
J.A. Davidson, C.M. Sadowski, H.I. Schiff, G.E. Streit, C.J. Howard, D.A. Jennings, and A.L. SchmeltekopfAbsolute rate constant determinations for the deactivation of O^1D) by time resolved decay of O(^1D)-0(^3P) emissionJ. Chem. Phys.6457-6219760101287
R.L. Barger, T.C. English, and J.B. WestRydberg Constant Measurement Using cw Dye Laser and H* Atomic BeamAtomic Masses and Fundamental Constants5565-57019760101263
B.L. Danielson and Y. BeersLaser Attenuators for the Production of Low Power Beams in the Visible and 1.06 Ám RegionsNBS Tech. Note 677 27 p.19760101196
J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, G.E. Streit, P.D. Goldan, and C.M. SadowskiAn Infrared Spectrometer Utilizing A Spin Flip Raman Laser, IR Frequency Synthesis Techniques, and CO_2 Laser Frequency StandardsNBS Tech. Note 670 57 p.19760101195
D.W. AllanReport on NBS Dual Mixer Time Difference System (DMTD) Built for Time-Domain Measurements Associated with Phase 1 of GPSNBSIR 75-827 20 p.1976010184
NBSA New Frequency Calibration Service of the National Bureau of StandardsNBS Misc. Publ. 36 p.197512311787
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F.R. Petersen, K.M Evenson, D.A. Jennings, J.S. Wells, K. Goto, and J.J. JimenezFar Infrared Frequency Synthesis with Stabilized CO_2 Lasers: Accurate Measurements of the Water Vapor and Methyl Alcohol Laser FrequenciesIEEE J. Quantum Elect.11838-84319751001362
K.M. EvensonThe Development of Direct Optical Frequency Measurement and the Speed of LightInstrum. Soc. Am.14209-21619751001308
J.A. Barnes and R.E. BeehlerReport on the 1975 Survey of Users of the Services of Radio Stations WWV and WWVHNBS Tech. Note 674 93 p.19751001189
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D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, and J.J. JimenezNew CO_2 Pumped CW Far-Infrared Laser LinesIEEE J. Quantum Elect.1163719750801437
R.L. Barger, J.B. West, and T.C. EnglishFast frequency stabilization of a cw dye laserAppl. Phys. Lett.2731-3319750701261
H. Hellwig, D.W. Allan, S. Jarvis, Jr., and D.J. GlazeThe Realization of the SecondProc. 1975 Intl. Conf. Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants (AMCO-5) 330-3361975060276
H. Hellwig, D.W. Allan, and F.L. WallsTime and FrequencyProc. 1975 Intl. Conf. Atomic Masses and Fundamental Constants (AMCO-5) 305-3111975060275
S.R. SteinApplication of Superconductivity to Precision OscillatorsProc. 1975 Freq. Cont. Symp. 321-3271975052880
D.A. Howe and H.F. SalazarA Digital 5.00688 MHz Synthesizer and Squarewave FM Servo System for Cesium StandardsProc. 1975 Freq. Cont. Symp. 387-3931975052879
D.W. Allan and H. DaamsPicosecond Time Difference Measurement SystemProc. 1975 Freq. Cont. Symp. 404-4111975052878
H. Hellwig and A.E. WainwrightSub-Microsecond Time Transport with a Rubidium Portable ClockProc. 1975 Freq. Cont. Symp. 384-3861975052877
J.C. Bergquist, R.L. Barger, and D.J. GlazeSaturated Absorption Optical Ramsey FringesProc. 1975 Freq. Cont. Symp. 439-443197505011798
N. Hironaka and C. TrembathThe Use of National Bureau of Standards High Frequency Broadcasts for Time and Frequency CalibrationsNBS Tech. Note 668 49 p.19750501453
D.A. Jennings, F.R. Petersen, and K.M. EvensonExtension of absolute frequency measurements to 148 THz: Frequencies of the 2.0- and 3.5-Ám Xe laserAppl. Phys. Lett.26510-51119750501436
M.M. Hessel, R.E. Drullinger, and H.P. BroidaChemiluminescent reactions in a heat-pipe ovenJ. Appl. Phys.462317-231819750501330
D.W. AllanThe Measurement of Frequency and Frequency Stability of Precision OscillatorsNBS Tech. Note 669 33 p.1975050174
D.A. JenningsSimple, Adjustable Lens HolderRev. Sci. Instrum.46487-48819750401435
N. AshbyAn Earth-Based Coordinate Clock NetworkNBS Tech. Note 659 37 p.1975040173
D.D. DavisCalibrating crystal oscillators with TV color-reference signalsElectronics48107-11219750320482
F.L. Walls and A.E. WainwrightMeasurement of the Short-Term Stability of Quartz Crystal Resonators and the Implications for Crystal Oscillator Design and ApplicationsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.2415-201975030166
D.W. Allan, H. Hellwig, and D.J. GlazeAn Accuracy Algorithm for an Atomic Time ScaleMetrologia11133-1381975021169
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H. HellwigAtomic Frequency Standards: A SurveyProc. IEEE63212-2291975020167
D.J. Wineland and H.G. DehmeltProposed 10^14 Delta Frequency Resolution Laser Fluorescence Spectroscopy on T1^+ Mono-Ion Oscillator IIIB. Am. Phys. Soc.20637197501012208
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K.M. Evenson, F.R. Petersen, and J.S. WellsSpeed of Light from Direct Laser Frequency and Wavelength Measurements: Emergence of a Laser Standard of LengthLaser Spectroscopy 143-15619750101314
R.E. Drullinger, M.M. Hessel, and E.W. SmithAnalysis of Optically Excited Mercury MoleculesNBS Monograph 143 53 p.19750101292
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S. Jarvis, Jr.Molecular Beam Tube Frequency Biases Due to Distributed Cavity Phase VariationsNBS Tech. Note 660 46 p.1975010171
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J.H. ShoafSpecification and Measurement of Frequency StabilityNBSIR 74-396 43 p.1974110164
Y. BeersThe Theory of the Optical Wedge Beam SplitterNBS Monograph 146 32 p.19741001265
D.W. Hanson and W.F. HamiltonSatellite Broadcasting of WWV SignalsIEEE T. Aero. Elec. Sys.10562-57319740901491
C.J. Howard and K.M. EvensonLaser magnetic resonance study of the gas phase reactions of OH with CO, NO, and NO_2J. Chem. Phys.611943-195219740901333
A.S. Risley, J.H. Shoaf, and J.R. AshleyFrequency Stabilization of X-Band Sources for Use in Frequency Synthesis into the InfraredIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.23187-1951974090170
K.M. EvensonFrequency Measurements in the Optical Region and the Speed of LightProc. ICO Conf. Opt. Meth. Sci. Ind. Meas. 1-1019740826313
NBSColor TV Used to Calibrate OscillatorsNBS Tech. News Bull.58188-189197408011785
E. Sakuma and K.M. EvensonCharacteristics of Tungsten-Nickel Point Contact Diodes Used as Laser Harmonic-Generator MixersIEEE J. Quantum Elect.10599-60319740801366
F.L. Walls and G.H. DunnStoring ions for collision studiesPhys. Today2730-351974080161
D. J. Glaze, H. Hellwig, D. W. Allan, S. Jarvis, A. E. Wainwright, and H. E. BellAccuracy Evaluation and Stability of the NBS Primary Frequency StandardsIEEE CPEM 1974 Conf. Dig. 155-156197407012520
D. W. Allan and J. A. BarnesModeling and optimum utilization of high performance clocksIEEE CPEM 1974 Conf. Dig. 277-278197407012519
J.B. MiltonStandard Time and Frequency: Its Generation, Control, and Dissemination by the National Bureau of StandardsNBS Tech. Note 656 25 p.19740601948
D. Mihalas, A.J. Barnard, J. Cooper, and E.W. SmithHeIlambda4471 profiles in B stars: calculations with an improved line-broadening theoryAstrophys. J.190315-31819740601341
D.A. Howe, H.E. Bell, H. Hellwig, and A. DeMarchiPreliminary Research and Development of the Cesium Tube Accuracy Evaluation SystemProc. 1974 Freq. Cont. Symp. 362-3721974052358
J.E. Gray and D.W. AllanA Method for Estimating the Frequency Stability of an Individual OscillatorProc. 1974 Freq. Cont. Symp. 243-2461974052357
A.E. Wainwright, F.L. Walls, and W.D. McCaaDirect Measurements of the Inherent Frequency Stability of Quartz Crystal ResonatorsProc. 1974 Freq. Cont. Symp. 177-1791974052356
B.E. BlairTime and Frequency Dissemination: An Overview of Principles and TechniquesNBS Monograph 140Ch. 1081 p.197405011596
D.J. Glaze, H. Hellwig, S. Jarvis Jr., A.E. Wainwright, and D.W. AllanThe New Primary Cesium Beam Frequency Standard: NBS-5NBS Monograph 140Ch. 5B6 p.197405011595
R.E. BeehlerRecent Progress on Atomic Frequency StandardsNBS Monograph 140Ch. 4B9 p.197405011594
J.A. BarnesBasic Concepts of Precise Time and FrequencyNBS Monograph 140Ch. 114 p.197405011593
H. HellwigAtomic Frequency Standards: A SurveyProc. 1974 Freq. Cont. Symp. 315-339197405011565
J.C. Stephenson and E.R. Mosburg, Jr.Vibrational energy transfer in CO from 100 to 300 KJ. Chem. Phys.603562-356619740501383
D.W. Allan, J.E. Gray, and H.E. MachlanThe National Bureau of Standards Atomic Time Scale: Generation, Stability, Accuracy and AccessibilityNBS Monograph 140Ch. 927 p.19740501194
F.L. Walls and G.H. DunnMeasurement of Total Cross Sections for Electron Recombination With NO^+ and O_2^+ Using Ion Storage TechniquesJ. Geophys. Res.791911-19151974050160
B.E. BlairTime and Frequency: Theory and FundamentalsNBS Monograph 140 447 p.1974050159
H.E. Radford, K.M. Evenson, and C.J. HowardHO_2 detected by laser magnetic resonanceJ. Chem. Phys.603178-318319740415364
NBSAt the Signal...Via Satellite TimeNBS Dimensions5894197404011784
D.A. HoweThe Feasibility of Applying the Active TvTime System to Automatic Vehicle LocationJ. Inst. Navig.219-1519740401470
J. Berger and J. LevineThe Spectrum of Earth Strain From 10^(-8) to 10^2 HzJ. Geophys. Res.791210-121419740310992
P.P. ViezbickeNBS Frequency and Time Broadcast ServicesNBS Spec. Publ. 236, 1974 ed. 20 p.197403011783
NBSAtomic Timekeeping 25 Years LaterNBS Dimensions5868-69197403011782
D.A. HowePrecise Frequency Dissemination Using the 19-kHz Pilot Tone on Stereo FM Radio StationsIEEE T. Broadcast2017-2019740301467
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J.A. Barnes and G.M.R. WinklerThe Standards of Time and Frequency in the U.S.A.NBS Tech. Note 649 93 p.19740201188
J.S. Wells, D.G. McDonald, A.S. Risley, S. Jarvis, and J.D. CuppSpectral Analysis of a Phase Locked Laser at 891 GHz, an Application of Josephson Junctions in the Far InfraredRevue de Physique Appliquee9285-29219740101414
J. Ward, J. Cooper, and E.W. SmithCorrelation Effects in the Theory of Combined Doppler and Pressure Broadening--I. Classical TheoryJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.14555-59019740101408
S.S. Haque, R.M. Lees, J.M. Saint Clair, Y. Beers, and D.R. JohnsonMicrowave Spectrum of ^(13)C MethanolAstrophys. J.187L15-L1719740101326
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S. Jarvis, Jr.Determination of Velocity Distributions in Molecular Beam Frequency Standards from Measured Resonance CurvesMetrologia1087-981974010163
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J.B. Milton and W.F. HamiltonAn Engineering Feasibility Study for One-Way Time Transfer Using the GOES Satellite Ranging SystemNBSIR 73-348 37 p.19731201459
R.A. Keller, J.D. Simmons, and D.A. JenningsEnhancement of absorption spectra by dye-laser quenching, III: Quantitative aspects and a comparison of flash-lamp-pumped and cw systems under high resolutionJ. Opt. Soc. Am.631552-155519731201423
S.L. Danielson and D.A. HoweUse of the Television Vertical Interval to Broadcast Time for Everyone and Program Captions for the DeafCommun. Soc.113-619731101485
D.W. Hanson and W.F. HamiltonTime and Frequency Broadcast Experiments from the ATS-3 SatelliteNBS Tech. Note 645 118 p.19731101472
T. Tanaka, A.D. English, R.W. Field, D.A. Jennings, and D.O. HarrisMicrowave optical double resonance of NO_2 with a tunable cw dye laserJ. Chem. Phys.595217-521819731101399
F.L. Walls and T.S. SteinObservation of the g - 2 Resonance of a Stored Electron Gas Using a Bolometric TechniquePhys. Rev. Lett.31975-97919731015895
D.A. Jennings, W. Braun, and H.P. BroidaVibrational relaxation of hydrogen by direct detection of electronic and vibrational energy transfer with alkali metalsJ. Chem. Phys.594305-430819731015434
R.E. Drullinger and R.N. ZareOptical pumping of molecules II. Relaxation studiesJ. Chem. Phys.594225-423419731015293
R.W. Field, A.D. English, T. Tanaka, D.O. Harris, and D.A. JenningsMicrowave optical double resonance spectroscopy with a cw dye laser: BaO X^1S and A^1SJ. Chem. Phys.592191-220319730901318
Y. Beers, G.P. Klein, and L.S. RothmanDipole moment of water from Stark measurements of H_2O, HDO, and D_2OJ. Chem. Phys.592254-225919730901274
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E.R. Mosburg, Jr.A Study of the CW 28-Ám Water-Vapor LaserIEEE J. Quantum Elect.9843-85119730801350
W.F. Hamilton and D.W. HansonA Synchronous Satellite Time Delay ComputerNBS Tech. Note 638 32 p.197307011985
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D.J. Glaze, H. Hellwig, S. Jarvis, Jr., A.E. Wainwright, and D.W. AllanRecent Progress On The NBS Primary Frequency StandardProc. 1973 Freq. Cont. Symp. 347-3561973061252
H. Hellwig, S. Jarvis, Jr., D.J. Glaze, D. Halford, and H. E. BellTime Domain Velocity Selection Modulation As A Tool To Evaluate Cesium Beam TubesProc. 1973 Freq. Cont. Symp. 357-3661973061251
NBSGolden Anniversary of WWVNBS Tech. News Bull.57140-142197306011781
J.S. WellsA Stabilized HCN Laser for Infrared Frequency SynthesisIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.22113-11819730601413
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P.P. ViezbickeNBS Frequency and Time Broadcast ServicesNBS Spec. Publ. 236, 1973 ed. 20 p.197305011780
D. Halford, J.H. Shoaf, and A.S. RisleySpectral Density Analysis: Frequency Domain Specification and Measurement of Signal StabilityProc. 1973 Freq. Cont. Symp. 421-431197305011558
D.W. Allan, J.H. Shoaf, and D. HalfordStatistics of Time and Frequency Data AnalysisNBS Monograph 140Ch. 854 p.19730501771
A. Omont, E.W. Smith, and J. CooperRedistribution of Resonance Radiation. II. The Effect of Magnetic FieldsAstrophys. J.182283-30019730501356
M.M. Hessel and T.B. LucatortoThe Rotating Heat-Pipe Oven; A Universal Device for the Containment of Atomic and Molecular VaporsRev. Sci. Instrum.44561-56319730501328
P. Kartaschoff and S. Jarvis, Jr.Notes on Infrared Absorption Experiments in a Methane Molecular BeamNBSIR 73-312 31 p.1973050150
E.W. Smith, J. Cooper, and L.J. RoszmanAn Analysis of the Unified and Scalar Additivity Theories of Spectral Line BroadeningJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.131523-153819730401378
W. GanterModeling of Atomic Clock Performance and Detection of Abnormal Clock BehaviorNBS Tech. Note 636 35 p.1973030148
R.L. Barger and J.L. HallWavelength of the 3.39 Ám laser-saturated absorption line of methaneAppl. Phys. Lett.22196-19919730215851
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, B.L. Danielson, and G.W. DayAccurate frequencies of molecular transitions used in laser stabilization: the 3.39-Ám transition in CH_4 and the 9.33- and 10.18-Ám transitionsAppl. Phys. Lett.22192-19519730215312
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C.R. Vidal, J. Cooper, and E.W. SmithHydrogen Stark-Broadening TablesAstrophys. J.2537-13619730101407
H. Hellwig, S. Jarvis, Jr., D. Halford, and H.E. BellEvaluation and operation of atomic beam tube frequency standards using time domain velocity selection modulationMetrologia9107-1121973010149
J.H. Shoaf, D. Halford, and A.S. RisleyFrequency Stability Specification and Measurement: High Frequency and Microwave SignalsNBS Tech. Note 632 71 p.1973010147
Y. Beers, G.P. Klein, W.H. Kirchhoff, and D.R. JohnsonMillimeter Wave Spectrum of ThioformaldehydeJ. Mol. Spectrosc.44553-55719721201272
D.W. Allan, B.E. Blair, D.D. Davis, and H.E. MachlanPrecision and Accuracy of Remote Synchronization Via Portable Clocks, Loran-C, and Network Television BroadcastsMetrologia864-731972120137
J.T. StanleyThe Uses and Limitations of HF Standard Broadcasts for Time and Frequency ComparisonProc. 1972 PTTI Mtg. 249-25819721114534
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, F.R. Petersen, B.L. Danielson, G.W. Day, R.L. Barger, and J.L. HallSpeed of Light from Direct Frequency and Wavelength Measurements of the Methane-Stabilized LaserPhys. Rev. Lett.291346-134819721106310
K. YoshimuraThe Generation of an Accurate and Uniform Time Scale With Calibrations and PredictionNBS Tech. Note 626 66 p.1972110146
D.W. Allan, J.E. Gray, and H.E. MachlanThe National Bureau of Standards Atomic Time Scales: Generation, Dissemination, Stability, and AccuracyIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.21388-3911972110145
J.C. Bergquist and H. HellwigPerformance of He-Ne Lasers with Various He and Ne Pressures and Various Capillary SizesNBS Report 10 761 24 p.1972110144
NBSAtomic Clocks: First Class International TravelersNBS Tech. News Bull.56233197210011779
G. HefleyThe Development of Loran-C Navigation and TimingNBS Monograph 129 156 p.197210011539
Y. Beers and G.P. KleinThe Stark Splitting of Millimeter Wave Transitions of WaterJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand.76A521-52819721001273
M. Mizushima, J.S Wells, K.M. Evenson, and W.M. WelchLaser Magnetic Resonance of the O_2 Molecule Using the 337-Ám HCN LaserPhys. Rev. Lett.29831-83319720925168
D.A. HoweNationwide Precise Time and Frequency Distribution Utilizing an Active Code Within Network Television BroadcastsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.21263-27619720801469
Z. Bay, G.G. Luther and J.A. WhiteMeasurement of an Optical Frequency and the Speed of LightPhys. Rev. Lett.29189-192197207171778
D.W. Allan, J.E. Gray, and H.E. MachlanThe National Bureau of Standards Atomic Time Scale: Generation, Dissemination, Precision, and AccuracyIEEE CPEM 1972 Conf. Dig. 165197206292064
D.G. McDonald, A.S. Risley, J.D. Cupp, and K.M. EvensonInfrared Frequency Synthesis with Josepheson JunctionsIEEE CPEM 1972 Conf. Dig. 173197206262063
R.E. BeehlerRecent Progress On Atomic Frequency StandardsIEEE CPEM 1972 Conf. Dig. 166-167197206262062
J. LevinePrecision Long-Path Interferometry and Its Application to Geophysics and AstrophysicsIEEE CPEM 1972 Conf. Dig. 115197206262061
H. Hellwig and H.E. BellExperimental Results with an Atomic Hydrogen Storage Beam Frequency StandardProc. 1972 Freq. Cont. Symp.  197206061777
D.A. HoweNationwide Precise Time and Frequency Distribution Utilizing an Active Code Within Network Television BroadcastsProc. 1972 Freq. Cont. Symp 292-308197206061601
D.W. Allan, H.E. Machlan, and J. MarshallTime Transfer Using Nearly Simultaneous Reception Times of a Common TransmissionProc. 1972 Freq. Cont. Symp. 309-3161972060642
H. Hellwig and H.E. BellExperimental Results with Atomic Hydrogen Storage Beam SystemsProc. 1972 Freq. Cont. Symp. 242-2471972060641
B.E. Blair and A.H. MorganPrecision Measurement and Calibration: Frequency and TimeNBS Spec. Publ. 3005569 p.197206011776
J.T. Stanley and J.B. MiltonBasic Laboratory Methods for Measurement or Comparison of Frequencies and Time IntervalsNBS Report 10 744 141 p.19720601457
C.R. Vidal and M.M. HesselHeat-Pipe Oven for Homogeneous Mixtures of Saturated and Unsaturated Vapors; Application to NaLiJ. Appl. Phys.432776-278019720601406
J.B. MiltonStandard Time and Frequency: Its Generation, Control, and Dissemination from the National Bureau of Standards Time and Frequency DivisionNBS Tech. Note 379-1 28 p.19720601244
J.A. Barnes and G.M.R. WinklerThe Standards of Time and Frequency in the USAProc. 1972 Freq. Cont. Symp. 269-278197205201550
R.F. Curl, K.M. Evenson and J.S. WellsLaser magnetic resonance spectrum of NO_2 at 337 Ám and 311 ÁmJ. Chem. Phys.565143-515119720515286
D.W. AllanTime Transfer Using Nearly Simultaneous Reception Times of a Common TransmissionProc. IEEE60625-627197205011775
J.S. WellsA Stabilized HCN Laser for Infrared Frequency SynthesisProc. 1972 Freq. Cont. Symp. 250-258197205011560
R.L. FeyA Time Code for the Omega Worldwide Navigation SystemProc. IEEE6063019720501476
D.A. HoweResults of Active Line-1 TV TimingProc. IEEE60634-63719720501468
J.L. Jespersen and R.L. FeyTime-Telling TechniquesIEEE Spectrum951-5819720501465
J.L. Jespersen, B.E. Blair, and L.E. GattererScanning the Issue: Special Issue on Time and FrequencyProc. IEEE60476-47819720501463
J.L. Jespersen, B.E. Blair, and L.E. GattererCharacterization and Concepts of Time-Frequency DisseminationProc. IEEE60502-51919720501462
M. Mizushima, K.M. Evenson, and J.S. WellsLaser Magnetic Resonance of the NO Molecule Using 78-, 79-, and 119-Ám H_2O Laser LinesPhys. Rev. A.52276-228719720501342
D. Halford, H. Hellwig, and J.S. WellsProgress and Feasibility for a Unified Standard for Frequency, Time, and LengthProc. IEEE60623-6251972050140
J.S. Wells, K.M. Evenson, G.W. Day, and D. HalfordRole of Infrared Frequency Synthesis in MetrologyProc. IEEE60621-6231972050139
P. Kartaschoff and J.A. BarnesStandard Time and Frequency GenerationProc. IEEE60493-5011972050138
D.G. McDonald, A.S. Risley, J.D. Cupp, and K.M. EvensonFour-hundredth-order harmonic mixing of microwave and infrared laser radiation using a Josephson junction and a maserAppl. Phys. Lett.20296-2991972041536
H. HellwigFrequency Standards and Clocks: A Tutorial IntroductionNBS Tech. Note 616 72 p.197204011774
J. Levine and R.T. StebbinsUpper Limit on the Gravitational Flux Reaching the Earth from the Crab PulsarPhys. Rev. D.51465-146819720401444
D.L. Franzen and D.A. JenningsGain Saturation Measurements in CO_2, TEA AmplifiersJ. Appl. Phys.43729-73019720201319
K.M. Evenson, G.W. Day, J.S. Wells, and L.O. MullenExtension of Absolute Frequency Measurements to the cw He-Ne Laser at 88 THz (3.39 Ám)Appl. Phys. Lett.20133-13419720201311
H. Hellwig, H.E. Bell, P. Kartaschoff, and J.C. BergquistFrequency Stability of Methane-Stabilized He-Ne LasersJ. Appl. Phys.43450-4521972020135
H. Hellwig, J.A. Barnes, D.J. Glaze, and P. KartaschoffFrequency Shifts Due to Ramsey Type Interrogation in Atomic Beam TubesNBS Tech. Note 612 26 p.1972020134
P.P. ViezbickeNBS Frequency and Time Broadcast Services; Radio Stations WWV, WWVH, WWVB, WWVLNBS Spec. Publ. 236 18 p.197201011545
D.A. Jennings and R.A. KellerDetection of Trace Amounts of Sodium by Fluorescence Emission Excited by a Continuous Wave Organic Dye LaserJ. Am. Chem. Soc.94924919720101433
E.W. Smith, J. Cooper, and C.R. VidalComments on the validity of the unified classical path theory of stark broadeningJ. Phys. B. - At. Mol.5L33-L3519720101377
J.A. BarnesThe Basic Concepts and Management within the U.S.A. of Precise Time and FrequencyNBS Report 10 726 132 p.19720101177
B.E. BlairTime and Frequency: A Bibliography of NBS LiteratureNBS Spec. Publ. 350, Supplement 1, Published January 1971 - December 1972 12 p.19720101170
H. Hellwig and H.E. BellSome Experimental Results with an Atomic Hydrogen Storage Beam Frequency StandardMetrologia896-981972010143
D. HalfordTechnological Workhorses: Metrology's Atomic StandardsAtomic & Molecular PhysicsCh. 12130-136197112311773
C.R. Vidal and F.B. HallerHeat Pipe Oven Applications. I. Isothermal Heater of Well Defined Temperature. II. Production of Metal Vapor-Gas MixturesRev. Sci. Instrum.421779-178419711201404
W.R. Chappell, J. Cooper, E.W. Smith, and T. DillonA Kinetic Theory of Spectral Line ShapesJ. Stat. Phys.3401-41019711201281
D.A. Jennings and A.J. VargaEfficient second-harmonic generation in ADP with two new fluorescein dye lasersJ. Appl. Phys.425171-517219711101432
W.F. Hamilton and J.L. JespersenApplication of VLF Theory to Time DisseminationNBS Tech. Note 610 173 p.19711101235
R.E. BeehlerSpaceborne Clock System: Some Alternatives for a Proposed NASA ExperimentNBS Report 10 735 96 p.19711101234
C. SmithNBS Frequency and Time Satellite ExperimentNBS Misc. Publ. 10 p.197110012058
P.P. ViezbickeNBS Frequency-Time Broadcast Station WWV, Fort Collins, ColoradoNBS Tech. Note 611 33 p.197110011420
K.B. Persson and E.G. Johnson, Jr.The Errors in Plasma Measurements by the Microwave Cavity TechniquesNBS Tech. Note 607 66 p.19711001993
J. LevineDesign and Operation of a Methane Absorption Stabilized Laser StrainmeterProc. 1971 Freq. Stand. Metrology Sem. 329-367197108301883
H. Hellwig, H.E. Bell, P. Kartaschoff, and J.C. BergquistFrequency Stability of Methane-Stabilized He-Ne LasersProc. 1971 Freq. Stand. Metrology Sem. 267-275197108301772
J.S. WellsInfrared Frequency SynthesisProc. 1971 Freq. Stand. Metrology Sem. 376-295197108301692
D. HalfordInfrared-Microwave Frequency Synthesis Design: Some Relevant Conceptual Noise AspectsProc. 1971 Freq. Stand. Metrology Sem. 431-4611971083033
D.W. AllanStatistical Modeling and Filtering For Optimum Atomic Time Scale GenerationProc. 1971 Freq. Stand. Metrology Sem. 388-4101971083032
A.S. RisleyThe Josephson Junction as Applied to the Measurement of the Frequencies of Several Laser LinesProc. 1971 Freq. Stand. Metrology Sem. 325-3281971083031
H. Hellwig and D. HalfordAccurate Frequency Measurements: Survey, Significance, and ForecastNBS Monograph 140Ch. 713 p.1971081730
C. SmithNBS Frequency and Time Satellite ExperimentNBS Misc. Publ. 9 p.197108012059
D.W. Hanson and W.F. HamiltonOne-Way Time Synchronization Via Geostationary Satellites at UHFIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.20147-15319710801238
D.D. Davis, B.E. Blair, and J.F. BarnabaLong-Term Continental U.S. Timing System Via Television NetworksIEEE Spectrum841-5219710801237
NBSNBS Frequency and Time Broadcast ServicesNBS Spec. Publ. 236, 1971 ed. 17 p.197107011771
R.L. FeyNew Signals from an Old Timer...WWVBroadcast Engineering1344-4619710701479
D.W. Allan, B.E. Blair, D.D. Davis, and H.E. MachlanPrecision and Accuracy of Remote Synchronization Via Portable Clocks, Loran-C, and Network Television BroadcastsProc. 1971 Freq. Cont. Symp. 195-20819710606760
R.L. FeyTime Dissemination Capabilities of the Omega SystemProc. 1971 Freq. Cont. Symp. 167-17019710606232
H. Hellwig, J.A. Barnes, and D.J. GlazeFrequency Biases in a Beam Tube Caused By Ramsey Excitation Phase DifferencesProc. 1971 Freq. Cont. Symp. 309-3121971060627
H. Brandenberger, F. Hadorn, D. Halford, and J.H. ShoafHigh Quality Quartz Crystal Oscillators: Frequency Domain and Time Domain StabilityProc. 1971 Freq. Cont. Symp. 226-2301971060626
R.E. BeehlerCesium Atomic Beam Frequency Standards: A Survey of Laboratory Standards Development From 1949-1971Proc. 1971 Freq. Cont. Symp. 297-3031971060625
J.T. Godfrey, C.R. Vidal, E.W. Smith, and J. CooperThe Effect of Time Ordering on the Lyman a ProfileNBS Monograph 121 13 p.19710601321
B.E. BlairTime and Frequency: A Bibliography of NBS Literature Published July 1955-December 1970NBS Spec. Publ. 350 54 p.19710601169
J.A. Barnes and S. Jarvis, Jr.Efficient Numerical and Analog Modeling of Flicker Noise ProcessesNBS Tech. Note 604 24 p.1971060129
K.M. Evenson, H.E. Radford, and M.M. Moran, Jr.CH free radicals detected by infrared laser magnetic resonanceAppl. Phys. Lett.18426-42719710515306
D.D. DavisFrequency standard hides in every color TV setElectronics 96-9819710510484
J.T. Godfrey, C.R. Vidal, E.W. Smith and J. CooperEffect of Time Ordering in the Unified TheoryPhys. Rev. A.31543-154619710501322
J.A. BarnesA Non-Mathematical Discussion of Some Basic Concepts of Precise Time MeasurementOn FrequencyII1-519710501174
J.A. Barnes, A.R. Chi, L.S. Cutler, D.J. Healey, D.B. Leeson, T.E. McGunigal, J.A. Mullen, Jr., W.L. Smith, R.L. Sydnor, R.F.C. Vessot, and G.M.R. WinklerCharacterization of Frequency StabilityIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.20105-12019710501118
J. Cooper, E.W. Smith, and W.R. ChappellAn Adiabatic Treatment of Ion Dynamics for Forbidden Line ProfilesPhys. Lett.34A363-36519710419284
D.W. Hanson and W.F. HamiltonClock Synchronization from Satellite TrackingIEEE T. Aero. Elec. Sys.7895-89919710416236
A.S. RisleyThe Physical Basis of Atomic Frequency StandardsNBS Tech. Note 399 60 p.1971040124
D.W. Allan and J.E. GrayComments on the October 1970 Metrologia Paper `The U.S. Naval Observatory Clock Time Reference and the Performance of a Sample of Atomic Clocks'Metrologia779-821971040123
J.L. Jespersen, L.E. Gatterer, D.W. Hanson, and W.F. Hamilton16 D - Artificial Satellites as a Mean of Time DisseminationProc. Space Comm. Conf.1426-43319710329231
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, L.M. Matarrese, and D.A. JenningsVariable Output-Coupling Far-Infrared Michelson LaserJ. Appl. Phys.421233-123419710301989
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, L.M. Matarrese, D.A. Jennings, and G.L. WichmanDesign for Variable Output-Coupling Far-Infrared Michelson LaserNBS Tech. Note 395 19 p.19710301309
D.G. McDonald, A.S. Risley, J.D. Cupp, and K.M. EvensonHarmonic mixing of microwave and far-infrared laser radiation using a Josephson junctionAppl. Phys. Lett.18162-1641971021522
J.L. JespersenA Survey of Time and Frequency Dissemination TechniquesProc. 1972 Freq. Cont. Symp. 322-324197101011544
D.W. Hanson, W.F. Hamilton, and L.E. GattererThe NBS Frequency and Time Satellite Experiment Using ATS-3Proc. 1971 PTTI Mtg. 155-15919710101489
C.R. Vidal, J. Cooper, and E.W. SmithUnified Theory Calculations of Stark Broadened Hydrogen Lines Including Lower State InteractionsJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.11263-28119710101405
E.W. Smith, J. Cooper, W.R. Chappell, and T. DillonAn Impact Theory for Doppler and Pressure Broadening--I General TheoryJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.111547-156519710101376
P.P. ViezbickeNBS Frequency and Time Broadcast ServicesNBS Spec. Publ. 236, 1970 ed. 18 p.197012311770
G. Kamas and D.W. HansonRecent VHF/UHF Satellite Timing Experiments at the National Bureau of StandardsProc. 1970 PTTI Mtg. 79-82197012101769
T. Dillon, E.W. Smith, J. Cooper, and M. MizushimaSemiclassical Treatment of Strong Collisions in Pressure BroadeningPhys. Rev. A.21839-184619701101288
H. HellwigThe Ion Storage Technique for Application in Frequency StandardsNBS Tech. Note 388 28 p.1970110121
H. Hellwig, R.C. Vessot, M.W. Levine, P.W. Zitzewitz, D.W. Allan and D.J. GlazeMeasurement of the Unperturbed Hydrogen Hyperfine Transition FrequencyIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.19200-2091970110113
J.A. Barnes, A.R. Chi, L.S. Cutler, D.J. Healey, D.B. Leeson, T.E. McGunigal, J.A. Mullen, W.L. Smith, R. Sydnor, R.F.C. Vessot, and G.M.R. WinklerCharacterization of Frequency StabilityNBS Tech. Note 394 59 p.19701001264
H. HellwigAreas of Promise for the Development of Future Primary Frequency StandardsMetrologia6118-1261970100116
D.D. DavisTransmission of Time/Frequency Signals in the Vertical IntervalSMTPE J.79824197009011768
J.A. BarnesFrequency Measurement Errors of Passive Resonators Caused by Frequency-Modulated Exciting SignalsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.19147-1521970080120
D.J.GlazeImprovements in Atomic Cesium Beam Frequency Standards at the National Bureau of StandardsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.19156-1601970080119
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, and H.E. RadfordInfrared Resonance of OH with the H_2O Laser: A Galactic Maser Pump?Phys. Rev. Lett.25199-20219700727305
D.W. Allan and J.A. BarnesSome Statistical Properties of LF and VLF PropagationProc. 1970 AGARD Symp. 219-23019700701505
L.M. Matarrese and K.M. EvensonImproved Coupling to Infrared Whisker Diodes by Use of Antenna TheoryAppl. Phys. Lett.178-1019700701337
H. Hellwig, D.W. Allan, D.J. Glaze, R.F.C. Vessot, M. Levine, P.W. Zitewitz, and H.E. PetersMeasurement of the Unperturbed Hydrogen Hyperfine Transition FrequencyIEEE CPEM 1970 Conf. Dig. 72-73197006022060
A.S. Risley, D.W. Allan, J.E. Gray, J.H. Shoaf, H.E. Machlan, D.J. Glaze, H.E. Peters, E.H. Johnson, R.F.C. Vessot, and M.W. LevineLong-Term Frequency Stability of a NASA Prototype Hydrogen MaserIEEE CPEM 1970 Conf. Dig. 74-7519700602539
NBSNew WWVH FacilityNBS Tech. News Bull.54137197006011767
D.D. Davis, J.L. Jespersen, and G. KamasThe Use of Television Signals for Time and Frequency DisseminationProc. IEEE58931-93319700601483
NBSTime Dissemination and Clock Synchronization via TelevisionNBS Tech. News Bull. 125-12619700601481
H. HellwigAreas for Promise for the Development of Future Primary Frequency StandardsProc. 1970 Freq. Cont. Symp. 246-255197005011561
D.W. Allan, J.E. Gray, and H.E. MachlanThe NBS Atomic Time Scale System: AT(NBS), SAT(NBS) and UTC(NBS)Proc. 1970 Freq. Cont. Symp. 361197005011559
C.R. Vidal, J. Cooper, and E.W. SmithHydrogen Stark Broadening Calculations with the Unified Classical Path TheoryNBS Monograph 116 147 p.19700501402
H.S. BoyneLaser Frequency Stabilization Techniques and their ApplicationsProc. 1970 Freq. Cont. Symp. 233-239197004271766
P.L. Bender and V.W. CohenNew Information on the Physics of Rubidium Gas CellsProc. 1970 Freq. Cont. Symp. 279197004271765
D.W. HansonQuasi-Optical Components Using Total Reflection in DielectricsIEEE T. Microw. Theory18233-23419700401471
D.A. Jennings and E.D. WestA Laser Power Meter for Large BeamsRev. Sci. Instrum.41565-56719700401431
H. HellwigThe Hydrogen Storage Beam Tube, a Proposal for a New Frequency StandardMetrologia656-601970040115
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, and L.M. MatarreseAbsolute frequency measurements of the CO_2 cw laser at 28 THz (10.6 Ám)Appl. Phys. Lett.16251-25319700316303
H. HellwigHydrogen Spin Exchange Frequency ShiftsNBS Tech. Note 387 18 p.1970030114
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, L.M. Matarrese, and L.B. ElwellAbsolute frequency measurements of the 28- and 78-Ám cw water vapor laser LlnesAppl. Phys. Lett.16159-16119700215304
J.S. Wells and K.M. EvensonA New LEPR SpectrometerRev. Sci. Instrum.41226-22719700201393
D.W. Allan, S. Leschiutta, and G. RoveraTV Frame Pulses Used for Precision Time Synchronization and Their Noise DistributionAlta Frequenza391-31970020118
E.D. West and D.A. JenningsPower Measurements of Large Laser Beams with a Small Dual-Cone CalorimeterRev. Sci. Instrum.4114219700101416
C.R. Vidal, J. Cooper, and E.W. SmithHydrogen Stark Broadening Calculations with the Unified Classical Path TheoryJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.101011-106319700101403
K.M. Evenson, J.S. Wells, and L.M. MatarreseDefining the Speed of Light: A Combination Time, Frequency, and Length Standard: Recent Progress Toward Measuring the Frequency of Visible LightProc. Int. Conf. Prec. Meas. Fund. Constants (PMFC) 67-6919700101294
W.R. Chappell, J. Cooper, and E.W. SmithNon-Thermal Effects in Stark BroadeningJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.101195-120919700101279
NBSNBS Frequency and Time Broadcast ServicesNBS Spec. Publ. 236, 1969 ed. 18 p.196912311764
NBSWWVL Changes Broadcast FormatNBS Tech. News Bull.53284196912011763
E.R. Mosburg, Jr.Periodic potential probe configuration for plasma diagnosticsJ. Appl. Phys.405290-530019691201349
D.A. Jennings, E.D. West, K.M. Evenson, A.L. Rasmussen, and W.R. SimmonsLaser Power and Energy MeasurementsNBS Tech. Note 382 68 p.19691001994
E.W. Smith, J. Cooper, and C.R. VidalUnified Classical-Path Treatment of Stark Broadening in PlasmasPhys. Rev.185140-15119690905375
NBSMeasurements of Light FrequenciesNBS Tech. News Bull.53206196909011762
B.E. Blair, J.L. Jespersen and G. KamasVLF Precision Timekeeping PotentialProc. XVIth Gen. Assem. URSI 143-148196908181761
J.A. BarnesStudies of Frequency StabilityNBS Report 9739 18 p.19690815243
P.L. Bender and V.W. CohenCollisional Broadening of the Rb^(87) Hyperfine TransitionProc. Intl. Conf. Phys. Electron. At. Collisions 720-722196907281760
C.R. Vidal and J. CooperHeat-pipe oven: a new, well-defined metal vapor device for spectroscopic measurementsJ. Appl. Phys.403370-337419690701401
E.W. Smith, C.R. Vidal, and J. CooperClassical Path Methods in Line Broadening. II. Application to the Lyman Series of HydrogenJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand.73A405-42019690701374
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R.C. Baird, J.A. Barnes, R.W. Beatty, G. Birnbaum, M. Birnbaum, H.E. Bussey, E.W. Chapin, G.F. Engen, W.W. Mumford, N.S. Nahman, G.E. Schafer, M.C. Selby, and B.O. WeinschelProgress in Radio Measurement Methods and StandardsRadio Sci.4579-59019690701242
G.E. Hudson, D. W. Allan, J.A. Barnes, R. Hall, J.D. Lavanceau, and G.M.R. WinklerA Coordinate Frequency and Time SystemProc. 1969 Freq. Cont. Symp. 249-2621969051612
A. Guetrot, L.S. Higbie, J. Lavanceau, and D.W. AllanAn Application of Statistical Smoothing Techniques on VLF Signals for Comparison of Time Between USNO and NBSProc. 1969 Freq. Cont. Symp. 248196905061759
R.L. Barger and J.L. HallUse or Laser-Saturated Absorption of Methane for Laser Frequency StabilizationProc. 1969 Freq. Cont. Symp 306196905061758
NBSCommercial Television Aids NBS Standard BroadcastsNBS Tech. News Bull.53111196905011757
J.H. ShirleyValidity of the semiclassical approximation in maser theoryPhys. Rev.181600-609196905011756
D.J. Sukle and J.S. WellsFine Structure in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance of Mn^(2+) in Zinc SulfatePhys. Rev.180445-45019690401395
L.M. Matarrese, J.S. Wells, and R.L. PetersonEPR Spectrum of Fe^(3+) in Synthetic Brown QuartzJ. Chem. Phys.502350-236019690315336
J.B. MiltonWWVB/WWVL Field StudiesNBS Report 9725 131 p.19690301458
K.M. EvensonMicrowave Magnetic-Dipole Transitions Between Excited Electronic States of CNPhys. Rev.178178-18119690205302
NBSNational Gets Unified Time SystemNBS Tech. News Bull.5334196902011755
D.A. Jennings, K.M. Evenson, W.R. Simmons, and A.L. RasmussenLaser Energy, Power, and Frequency MeasurementsElectron Technology2149-15819690101430
W.R. Chappell and J. CooperElectron Correlations in Stark BroadeningJ. Quant. Spectrosc. Ra.9149-15119690101280
P.P. ViezbickeInteractions Between Nested Receiving Rhombic AntennasIEEE T. Antenn. Propag.1716-2319690101245
D. HalfordFrequency Stability of Quality Quartz Crystal Oscillators: Performance and Some Critical ApplicationsProc. Coloque Int. de Chronometrie 3 p.19690101239
J.A. BarnesTables of Bias Functions, B_1 and B_2, for Variances Based On Finite Samples of Processes with Power Law Spectral DensitiesNBS Tech. Note 375 42 p.1969010111
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L.E. Gatterer, P.W. Bottone, and A.H. MorganWorldwide Clock Synchronization Using a Synchronous SatelliteIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.17372-37819681201247
J.H. ShirleyDynamics of a simple maser modelAm. J. Phys.36949-963196811011753
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K.M. Evenson, H.P. Broida, J.S. Wells, R.J. Mahler, and M. MizushimaElectron Paramagnetic Resonance Absorption in Oxygen with the HCN LaserPhys. Rev. Lett.211038-104019681007300
J.L. HallP-1 - The Laser Absolute Wavelength Standard ProblemIEEE J. Quantum Elect.4638-641196810011751
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J.L. JespersenSignal Design for Time Dissemination: Some AspectsNBS Tech. Note 357 39 p.19671102252
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W.R. DaveyA Review of Studies Made on the Decade Fluctuations in the Earth's Rate of RotationNBS Tech. Note 358 10 p.19671016253
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B.E. Blair and A.H. MorganThe Long-Term Performance of Two Commercial Rubidium Vapor Frequency StandardsNBS Tech. Note 341 34 p.196606011733
R.D. HuntoonThe Measurement System of the United StatesProc. 1966 NCSL Conf. 89-98196605091732
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E.R. Mosburg, Jr.Nonlinear Diffusion with Recombination in an Electron Beam Excited PlasmaPhys. Fluids9824-82619660401346
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R.E. Beehler and D.J. GlazeEvaluation of a Thallium Atomic Beam Frequency Standard at the National Bureau of StandardsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.1555-58196603019
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K.M. Evenson and H.E. RadfordESR Measurements of Metastable Atomic Nitrogen in Helium-Nitrogen AfterglowsPhys. Rev. Lett.15916-91719651213296
NBSChanges in NBS Radio BroadcastsNBS Tech. News Bull.49214196512011832
NBSWWV to be RelocatedNBS Tech. News Bull.49215-218196512011730
D.H. AndrewsLF-VLF Frequency and Time Services of the National Bureau of StandardsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.14233-237196512011729
J.A. Barnes and A.E. WainwrightA Precision Pulse-Operated Electronic Phase Shifter and Frequency TranslatorProc. IEEE532143-214419651201223
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A.G. McNishMeasurement StandardsInt. Sci. Tech.4758-66196511011728
D.H. AndrewsStandard Frequency and Time Services of the National Bureau of StandardsFrequency330-35196511011727
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H.P. Broida, K.M. Evenson, and T.T. KikuchiComments on the mechanism of the 337-Micron CN laserJ. Appl. Phys.36333519651001277
J.A. Barnes and D.W. AllanTwo Papers on the Statistics of Precision Frequency GeneratorsNBS Report 8878 119 p.19650909224
E.R. Mosburg, Jr.Recombination Studies in the Afterglow of a Helium, Brush-Cathode PlasmaNBS Report 8870 34 p.19650830345
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P.L. Bender and E.E. BeatyAlkali Vapor Frequency Standard Utilizing Optical PumpingUnited States Patent No. 3,192,472 9 p.196506291723
NBSFrequency Stability Calibration of Signal SourcesNBS Tech. News Bull.4989196506011722
P.P. ViezbickeDesign and Installation of Three Forward Scatter Test Paths in the Arctic for Measuring Effects of Low Energy Solar Cosmic RaysNBS Report 8796 73 p.19650414455
NBSNBS Low-Frequency Station WWVB to Broadcast International Unit of TimeNBS Tech. News Bull.4927196502011721
H. Takuma and D.A. JenningsCharacteristics of a Raman Laser Excited by an Ordinary Ruby LaserProc. IEEE53146-14919650201396
R.H. Doherty and T.L. DavisTime-Multiplex System for the Distribution of Serial Pulse Time Codes with Microsecond SynchronizationUnited States Patent No. 3,167,770 13 p.196501261720
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R.E. Beehler and R.C. MocklerA Comparison of Atomic Frequency StandardsProgress in Radio ScienceI20-2619650101222
D.A. Jennings and H. TakumaOptical heterodyne detection of the forward-stimulated brillouin scatteringAppl. Phys. Lett.5241-24219641215429
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K.M. Evenson, J.L. Dunn, and H.P. BroidaOptical Detection of Microwave Transitions Between Excited Electronic States of CN and the Identification of the Transitions InvolvedPhys. Rev.1361566-157119641214295
H.E. Bussey, J.E. Gray, E.C. Bamberger, E. Rushton, G. Russell, B.W. Petley, and D. MorrisInternational Comparison of Dielectric MeasurementsIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.13305-31119641201964
NBSWorld Sets Atomic Definition of TimeNBS Tech. News Bull. 209-21019641201221
J.A. Barnes and D.W. AllanEffects of Long-Term Stability on the Definition and Measurement of Short-Term StabilityProc. IEEE-NASA Symp. on the Definition and Measurement of Short-Term Frequency Stability 119-12319641123176
A.H. Morgan and O.J. BaltzerA VLF Timing ExperimentNBS Radio Sci. J. Res.68D1219-1222196411011716
E.R. Mosburg, Jr. and K.B. PerssonNonlinear Ambipolar Diffusion of an Isothermal Plasma across a Magnetic FieldPhys. Fluids71829-183319641101344
F.C. Fehsenfeld, K.M. Evenson, and H.P. BroidaMicrowave Discharge Cavities Operating at 2450 MHzNBS Report 8701 30 p.19641101320
Y. BeersA New Mode of Operation of a Phase Sensitive DetectorNBS Report 8400 16 p.19641029266
F.B. HallerAll-Glass Sorption Vacuum TrapRev. Sci. Instrum.351356-135719641001324
K.B. PerssonThe Brush Cathode Plasma--A Well-Behaved PlasmaNBS Report 8452 49 p.19640915966
NBSRadio Standards 1954-1964NBS Tech. News. Bull.48154-159196409012055
G.E. HudsonFrequency & Time StandardsElectron. World7220-2319640801220
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R.J. CarpenterA Portable Rubidium-Vapor Frequency StandardNBS Tech. Note 235 28 p.19640406219
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A.H. BradyOn the Long Term Phase Stability of the 19.8 kc/s Signal Transmitted From Hawaii, and Received at Boulder, ColoradoJ. Res. Nat. Bur. Stand. (Radio Science)68D283-289196403012608
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NBSPrecision of the U.S. Frequency StandardNBS Tech. News Bull.4831-32196402011712
J.M. Richardson and J.F. BrockmanThe U.S. basis of electromagnetic measurementsIEEE Spectrum1129-138196401011711
J.M. RichardsonEstablishment of New Facilities for WWVL and WWVBNBS Radio Sci. J. Res.68D135196401011710
R.L. Fey, W.R. Atkinson, and J. NewmanObscurities of Oscillator NoiseProc. IEEE52104-10519640101478
J.M. RichardsonTime StandardsEncyclopaedic Dictionary of Physics11-419640101218
P.L. BenderEffect of hydrogen-hydrogen exchange collisionsPhys. Rev.1322154-2158196312011709
T.T. Chang, W.H. Tanttila, and J.S. WellsMagnetic resonance of Mn^(2+)-doped LiF crystalsJ. Chem. Phys.392453-245619631115278
J.L. Jespersen and G. KamasSatellite Scintillation Observations at Boulder, ColoradoJ. Atmos. Terr. Phys.26457-47319631112464
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W.D. GeorgeStatus of Frequency and Time ControlFrequency127-29196311011708
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J.L. Hall, D.A. Jennings, and R.M. McClintockStudy of Anthracene Fluorescence Excited by the Ruby Giant-Pulse LaserPhys. Rev. Lett.11364-36619631015323
NBSNew Facilities Dedicated for WWVB and WWVLNBS Tech. News Bull.47178-180196310011707
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P.L. BenderPrecise Measurement of Distance and the Velocity of Light Using LasersProc. XIVth Gen. Assem. URSI 540-541196309091702
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Y. BeersMeasurement of Millimeter Wave Power By Radiation PressureNBS Report 7913 23 p.19630701267
A.H. MorganTime and Frequency BroadcastingISA J.1049-54196306011699
G.E. Hudson and W. AtkinsonOn the Redefinition of the Second and the Velocity of LightIEEE T. Instrum. Meas.1244-46196306011698
R.E. Beehler and D.J. GlazeExperimental Evaluation of a Thallium Beam Frequency StandardProc. 1963 Freq. Cont. Symp. 392-40919630527211
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W.D. GeorgeThird International Conference on Precision Electromagnetic MeasurementsNature196921-929196212081694
D.A. Jennings, R.M. McClintock, and J.E. DrumhellerTwo Photon Excitation in Phenanthrene:AnthraceneNBS Report 7626 11 p.19621203428
P.L. BenderComparison of the Rubidium-87 and Proton Zeeman Transition Frequencies in the Earth's Magnetic FieldPhys. Rev.1282218-2221196212012248
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J.M. RichardsonMicrowave Spectroscopy: Atomic Frequency StandardsEncyclopedia of Spectroscopy 647-656196012311682
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