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Atom based RF electric field sensing
Atom-based measurements of length, time, gravity, inertial forces and electromagnetic fields are receiving increasing attention. Atoms possess properties that suggest clear advantages as selfExpand
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Rydberg-atom based radio-frequency electrometry using frequency modulation spectroscopy in room temperature vapor cells.
Rydberg atom-based electrometry enables traceable electric field measurements with high sensitivity over a large frequency range, from gigahertz to terahertz. Such measurements are particularlyExpand
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Effect of Vapor-Cell Geometry on Rydberg-Atom-Based Measurements of Radio-Frequency Electric Fields
A new approach to detect absolute radio-frequency (rf) electric fields (E-fields) that uses Rydberg atoms at room temperature in vapor cells has been demonstrated recently. The large-transitionExpand
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Subwavelength microwave electric-field imaging using Rydberg atoms inside atomic vapor cells.
We have recently shown [Nat. Phys.8, 819 (2012)] that Alkali atoms contained in a vapor cell can serve as a highly accurate standard for microwave (MW) electric field strength as well asExpand
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Atom-Based Sensing of Weak Radio Frequency Electric Fields Using Homodyne Readout
We utilize a homodyne detection technique to achieve a new sensitivity limit for atom-based, absolute radio-frequency electric field sensing of 5 μV cm−1 Hz−1/2. A Mach-Zehnder interferometer is usedExpand
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Atom Based Vector Microwave Electrometry Using Rubidium Rydberg Atoms in a Vapor Cell
We demonstrate our recent results on microwave field strength and polarization electrometry using a bright resonance prepared within an electromagnetically induced transparency window in a RubidiumExpand
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Atom-based RF electric field measurements: An initial investigation of the measurement uncertainties
We discuss a new method for the measurement of electric (E) fields that will lead to a self-calibrating, direct SI-traceable E-field probe. The technique is based on radio frequency E-fieldExpand
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Dispersive radio frequency electrometry using Rydberg atoms in a prism-shaped atomic vapor cell
We introduce a method to measure radio frequency (RF) electric fields (E-fields) using atoms contained in a prism-shaped vapor cell. The method utilizes the concept of electromagnetically inducedExpand
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Intracavity Rydberg-atom electromagnetically induced transparency using a high-finesse optical cavity
We present an experimental study of cavity assisted Rydberg atom electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT) using a high-finesse optical cavity ($F \sim 28000$). Rydberg atoms are excited via aExpand
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Cavity dispersion tuning spectroscopy of tellurium near 4444 nm
We present saturation absorption spectroscopy of transitions in Te2 near 444.4 nm. These spectra were taken using a blue diode laser locked to a Fabry–Perot (FP) cavity that is in turn locked to aExpand
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