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Tiny Atomic Clock Could Enable Communication From Satellite Swarms

News   Feb 20, 2019 | Original Press Release from Tokyo Institute of Technology

 
Tiny Atomic Clock Could Enable Communication From Satellite Swarms

A newly developed compact ULPACs, mounted on small satellites, automobiles, and smartphones, accelerate the realization of seamless and on-demand mobile communication networks. Credit: Kenichi Okada

 
 
 

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