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Very Recent Development and Significant Step in Ultra-Stable Quartz Oscillators (pp. 241-250) $100.00
Authors:  (Patrice Salzenstein, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Unité Mixte de Recherche (UMR), Franche Comté Electronique Mécanique Thermique Optique Sciences et Technologies (FEMTO-ST), Besançon Cedex, France)
The recent progress in Quartz thanks to the Doubly rotated quartz resonators with a
low amplitude-frequency effect called Low isochronism Defect (LD) cut and most of all
the very recent development of a new design for integrating a Stressed compensated (SC)
cut in an oscillator with the best stability ever obtained with a quartz oscillator, 2.5x10-14
for the flicker frequency modulation (FFM) floor for a 5 MHz Boitiers à Vieillissement
Amélioré (BVA) double oven- controlled oscillator open the door to ultra-high stability
oscillators for telecommunications, instrumentation and space applications. In this
chapter, we propose to describe the main guidelines that led to the first significant
development in the last fifteen years in terms of ultra-stable quartz state-of-the-art
oscillators. These oscillators are realized in France and Switzerland. It includes the choice
of the resonators, the development of adequate electronics and how to mechanically and
thermally stabilized such an ultra-stable oscillator.
We also present how to characterize the expected performances. Finally we say some
words about the use of these Quartz oscillators for space, telecommunication and
metrology applications and how their signal can be distributed in a laboratory without
degradation of their noise. 

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Very Recent Development and Significant Step in Ultra-Stable Quartz Oscillators (pp. 241-250)