Nonlinear optical magnetometry with accessible in situ optical squeezing

@article{Otterstrom2015NonlinearOM,
  title={Nonlinear optical magnetometry with accessible in situ optical squeezing},
  author={Nils T. Otterstrom and Raphael C. Pooser and Benjamin J Lawrie},
  journal={2015 Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO)},
  year={2015},
  pages={1-2}
}
We demonstrate compact and accessible squeezed-light magnetometry using four-wave-mixing in a single hot rubidium vapor cell. This framework enables 4.7 dB of quantum-noise-reduction while simultaneously adding nonlinear-magneto-optical-rotation(NMOR) signals from the probe and conjugate fields. 

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