Exploiting higher-order resonant modes for axion haloscopes

@article{Kim2020ExploitingHR,
  title={Exploiting higher-order resonant modes for axion haloscopes},
  author={Jinsu Kim and Sung Woo Youn and Junu Jeong and Woohyun Chung and Ohjoon Kwon and Yannis K. Semertzidis},
  journal={Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics},
  year={2020}
}
The haloscope is one of the most sensitive approaches to the QCD axion physics within the region where the axion is considered to be a dark matter candidate. Current experimental sensitivities, which rely on the lowest fundamental TM010 mode of a cylindrical cavity, are limited to relatively low mass regions. Exploiting higher-order resonant modes would be beneficial because it will enable us to extend the search range with no volume loss and higher quality factors. This approach has been… 

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