We report a proof-of-principle experiment which demonstrates a novel concept for ultra-high accuracy non-local timing and positioning, such as one-way synchronization of distant clocks. The ultra-high accuracy relies on the non-local features of entangled states. We show that the measurement can achieve, in principle, resolutions beyond the classical limit.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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