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We demonstrate a one-dimensional optical lattice clock with a spin-polarized fermionic isotope designed to realize a collision-shift-free atomic clock with neutral atom ensembles. To reduce systematic uncertainties, we developed both Zeeman shift and vector light-shift cancellation techniques. By introducing both an H-maser and a Global Positioning System (GPS) carrier phase link, the absolute frequency of the 1 S 0 (F = 9/2) − 3 P 0 (F = 9/2) clock transition of the 87 Sr optical lattice clockdoi:10.1143/jpsj.75.104302 fatcat:guusf3s6wfghhe5h52afft55pa