Clock Noise Removal in LISA
The relative motion of the LISA spacecraft will Doppler shift the laser frequencies by around 15 MHz. These Doppler shifts introduce sensitivity to the phase noise of the measurement's master clock. Using the most stable clocks available this effect would degrade the LISA sensitivity by more than a factor of 100. This clock noise can be removed in post-processing if the clock phase can be transferred between the spacecraft with a fidelity of a few microcycles/Hz. In the LISA baseline design,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Laser Ubterferometer Space Antenna - Proceedings of the 6th International LISA Symposium (2008)|
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