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Microwave Atomic Frequency Standards: Review and Recent Developments Classical Atomic Frequency Standards Other Atomic Microwave Frequency Standards On the Limits of Classical Microwave Atomic Frequency Standards Appendices Recent Advances in Atomic Physics That Have Impact on Atomic Frequency Standards Development Solid-State Diode Laser Control of Wavelength and Spectral Width of Laser Diodes Laser Optical Pumping Coherent Population Trapping Laser Cooling of Atoms Appendix Microwave Frequency Standards Using New Physics Cs Beam Frequency Standard Atomic Fountain Approach Isotropic Cooling Approach Room Temperature Rb Standard Approach Using Laser Optical Pumping CPT Approach Laser-Cooled Microwave Ion Clocks Appendices Optical Frequency Standards Early Approach Using Absorption Cells Some Basic Ideas MOT Approach Single Ion Optical Clocks Optical Lattice Neutral Atoms Clock Frequency Measurement of Optical Clocks Summary, Conclusion, and Reflections Accuracy and Frequency Stability Selected Applications of Atomic Frequency Standards Last Reflections
Jacques Vanier is an adjunct professor in the Physics Department at the University of Montreal. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, the American Physical Society, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. He has written more than 120 journal articles and proceedings papers and is the author of several books on masers, lasers, and atomic clocks. His research work is oriented toward the understanding and application of the quantum electronics phenomena. Cipriana Tomescu is an invited researcher in the Physics Department at the University of Montreal. She is the author of numerous articles in scientific journals and conference proceedings. Her research involves state-of-the-art atomic frequency standards and H masers.
"The Quantum Physics of Atomic Frequency Standards: Recent Developments may be considered a basic textbook in the field of atomic clocks. It updates the previous two volumes with the new achievements in that field. This third volume describes, in fact, the results obtained in the past 25 years within the area of atom laser cooling and trapping techniques and with the full exploitation of laser coherently induced phenomena. The former refers in particular to atomic fountains, optical lattice clocks, and ion clocks, while the latter considers the optically pumped and coherent population-trapping-based clocks. The book is not a simple review of the applications of the above-mentioned new techniques but reports as well their basic operating principles in continuity with the first two volumes, making it suitable as a textbook at the PhD level and very useful for researchers in the atomic frequency standards field. I fully endorse this book, being sure of its future success in the time and frequency community." -Aldo Godone, National Institute for Metrological Research of Italy "Despite the fact that accurate and stable frequency references are critical for abundant commercial, scientific, and military applications, no comprehensive collection of the achievements over the last 25 years has been published. Therefore, Vanier and Tomescu's book is really going to fill a gap and its acquisition is a must for technical libraries and research groups working in the field. The reader will learn the essentials on all kinds of atomic frequency standards, commercial and research-grade, in the microwave and the optical frequency domains. ... The application of laser technology in optical frequency standards and optical frequency measurements has been covered well by the authors. ... a book that is worth being read and that can help beginners become experts." -Andreas Bauch, Physicist, Head of Time Dissemination Working Group, Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Braunschweig, Germany