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Effect of Spin Squeezing Followed by Anti-Squeezing in a Collective State Atomic Clock

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Two-axes counter-twist (TACT) spin-squeezing can significantly reduce the quantum projection noise in an ensemble of two-level atoms. Here, we investigate the effect of TACT followed by an anti-TACT pulse in a collective state atomic clock.

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