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Accelerating dark-matter axion searches with quantum measurement technology

@article{Zheng2016AcceleratingDA,
  title={Accelerating dark-matter axion searches with quantum measurement technology},
  author={Huaixiu Zheng and Matti Silveri and Richard T. Brierley and Steven M. Girvin and Konrad W. Lehnert},
  journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Phenomenology},
  year={2016}
}
The axion particle, a consequence of an elegant hypothesis that resolves the strong-CP problem of quantum chromodynamics, is a plausible origin for cosmological dark matter. In searches for axionic dark matter that detect the conversion of axions to microwave photons, the quantum noise associated with microwave vacuum fluctuations will soon limit the rate at which parameter space is searched. Here we show that this noise can be partially overcome either by squeezing the quantum vacuum using… 
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