31 Oct '16, 3am

Using time to boost radar and quantum computing - Electronics News

Using time to boost radar and quantum computing - Electronics News

Latest News Smartphone cancer app slashes research time Cereal producer chooses reliability of solar power Review: The Navman MY660LMT GPS Toughpad tablet can survive 1.2m drop The world’s most precise clock has been fine-tuned to boost radar and quantum computing capabilities. The Cryogenic Sapphire Oscillator, or Sapphire Clock, has been enhanced by researchers from the University of Adelaide in South Australia to achieve near attosecond capability. The oscillator is 10-1000 times more stable than competing technology and allows users to take ultra-high precision measurements to improve the performance of electronic systems. Increased time precision is an integral part of radar technology and quantum computing, which have previously relied on the stability of quartz oscillators as well as atomic clocks such as the Hydrogen Maser. Atomic clocks are the gold-standard in ti...

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