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Gravitational wave detectors with broadband high frequency sensitivity

@article{Page2020GravitationalWD,
  title={Gravitational wave detectors with broadband high frequency sensitivity},
  author={M. A. Page and M. Goryachev and H. Miao and Y. Chen and Y. Ma and D. Mason and M. Rossi and C. Blair and L. Ju and D. Blair and A. Schliesser and M. E. Tobar and Chunnong Zhao},
  journal={arXiv: Optics},
  year={2020}
}
  • M. A. Page, M. Goryachev, +10 authors Chunnong Zhao
  • Published 2020
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Optics
  • The binary neutron star coalescence GW170817 was observed by gravitational wave detectors during the inspiral phase but sensitivity in the 1-5 kHz band was insufficient to observe the expected nuclear matter signature of the merger itself, and the process of black hole formation. This provides strong motivation for improving 1--5 kHz sensitivity which is currently limited by photon shot noise. Resonant enhancement by signal recycling normally improves the signal to noise ratio at the expense of… CONTINUE READING
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