Microwave-Free Vector Magnetometry with Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers along a Single Axis in Diamond

@article{Zheng2020MicrowaveFreeVM,
  title={Microwave-Free Vector Magnetometry with Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers along a Single Axis in Diamond},
  author={Huijie Zheng and Zhiyin Sun and Georgios Chatzidrosos and Chen Zhang and Kazuo Nakamura and Hitoshi Sumiya and Takeshi Ohshima and Junichi Isoya and J{\"o}rg Wrachtrup and Arne Wickenbrock and Dmitry Budker},
  journal={Physical Review Applied},
  year={2020}
}
Sensing vector magnetic fields is critical to many applications in fundamental physics, bioimaging, and material science. Magnetic-field sensors exploiting nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers are particularly compelling as they offer high sensitivity and spatial resolution even at nanoscale. Achieving vector magnetometry has, however, often required applying microwaves sequentially or simultaneously, limiting the sensors' applications under cryogenic temperature. Here we propose and demonstrate a… 

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