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Proceedings of the 2005 Particle Accelerator Conference
Fourth-generation light sources, such as the European X-Ray Free Electron Laser facility (XFEL), require timing signals distributed over distances of several kilometers with a timing jitter in the order of femtoseconds. The master clock for the proposed optical distribution system must operate with exceptionally low timing jitter. A promising approach is the use of a mode-locked laser that generates ultrastable pulses which are distributed via timing stabilized fiber links. Mode-lockeddoi:10.1109/pac.2005.1591165 fatcat:txdvdsre3jfnxflsz3iwgmothy