Interferometer techniques for gravitational-wave detection

@inproceedings{Bond2010InterferometerTF,
  title={Interferometer techniques for gravitational-wave detection},
  author={Charlotte Z Bond and Daniel D Brown and Andreas Freise and K A Strain},
  booktitle={Living reviews in relativity},
  year={2010}
}
Several km-scale gravitational-wave detectors have been constructed world wide. These instruments combine a number of advanced technologies to push the limits of precision length measurement. The core devices are laser interferometers of a new kind; developed from the classical Michelson topology these interferometers integrate additional optical elements, which significantly change the properties of the optical system. Much of the design and analysis of these laser interferometers can be… CONTINUE READING
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