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Temperature Sensing with RF-Dressed States of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond

@inproceedings{Tabuchi2022TemperatureSW,
  title={Temperature Sensing with RF-Dressed States of Nitrogen-Vacancy Centers in Diamond},
  author={Hidekazu Tabuchi and Yasuhisa Matsuzaki and Naoko Furuya and Yuko Nakano and H. Watanabe and Norio Tokuda and Norikazu Mizuochi and Junko Ishi-Hayase},
  year={2022}
}
Nitrogen vacancy (NV) centers in diamond are promising systems for realizing sensitive temperature sensors. Pulsed optically detected magnetic resonance (Pulsed-ODMR) is one of the ways to measure the temperature using NV centers. However, Pulsed-ODMR requires careful calibration and strict time synchronization to control the microwave pulse, which complicates its applicability. Nonetheless, the continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonance (CW-ODMR) in NV centers is another more… 

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