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A FIELD‐INDEPENDENT OPTICALLY PUMPED 87Rb MASER OSCILLATOR
1.This work was supported wholly by the Joint Services Electronics Programs (U.S. Army, U.S. Navy, and U.S. Air Force) under Contract DA‐36‐039 SC90789.
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6.R. Vessot et al. have recently analyzed the problem of short‐term frequency stability of atomic frequency standards, and they find that for power levels and higher and for times shorter than about 0.1 sec, the rubidium maser is superior to other atomic standards. (R. Vessot, L. Mueller, and J. Vanier, “A Cross‐Correlation Technique for Measuring the Short‐Term Properties of Stable Oscillators,” submitted for publication.)
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