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Optical Frequency Transfer via 920 km Fiber Link with 10−19 Relative Accuracy

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Optical frequency transfer via a 920 km fiber link has been investigated. Active noise compensation enables the transfer of a stable optical frequency with a stability of 3.8 × 10−14 at 1 s reaching 4 × 10−18 after 104 s and an accuracy of 3.6 × 10−19.

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