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Resonant Very Low- and Ultra Low Frequency Digital Signal Reception Using a Portable Atomic Magnetometer

@article{Ingleby2020ResonantVL,
  title={Resonant Very Low- and Ultra Low Frequency Digital Signal Reception Using a Portable Atomic Magnetometer},
  author={Stuart J. Ingleby and Iain C Chalmers and T. Dyer and Paul F. Griffin and Erling Riis},
  journal={arXiv: Atomic Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Radio communication through attenuating media necessitates the use of very-low frequency (VLF) and ultra-low frequency (ULF) carrier bands, which are frequently used in underwater and under-ground communication applications. Quantum sensing techniques can be used to circumvent hard constraints on the size, weight and noise floor of classical signal transducers. In this low-frequency range, an optically pumped atomic sample can be used to detect carrier wave modulation resonant with ground-state… 

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