Atom based RF electric field sensing

@inproceedings{Fan2015AtomBR,
  title={Atom based RF electric field sensing},
  author={Haoquan Fan and Santosh Kumar and Jonathon Sedlacek and Harald K{\"u}bler and Shaya Karimkashi and James Paul Shaffer},
  year={2015}
}
Atom-based measurements of length, time, gravity, inertial forces and electromagnetic fields are receiving increasing attention. Atoms possess properties that suggest clear advantages as self calibrating platforms for measurements of these quantities. In this review, we describe work on a new method for measuring radio frequency (RF) electric fields based on quantum interference using either Cs or Rb atoms contained in a dielectric vapor cell. Using a bright resonance prepared within an… CONTINUE READING

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