Clock synchronization, a universal light speed, and the terrestrial redshift experiment

American Journal of Pyysics 51:795-797 (1983)
Abstract
This paper (i) gives necessary and sufficient conditions that clocks in an inertial lattice can be synchronized, (ii) shows that these conditions do not imply a universal light speed, and (iii) shows that the terrestrial redshift experiment provides evidence that clocks in a small inertial lattice in a gravitational field can be synchronized.
Keywords one-way light speed  clock synchronization
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