ac polarizability and photoionization-cross-section measurements in an optical lattice

  title={ac polarizability and photoionization-cross-section measurements in an optical lattice},
  author={Ryan Cardman and Xiaoxuan Han and Jamie L. MacLennan and Alisher Duspayev and Georg Raithel},
  journal={Physical Review A},
Figure 1. Slowand fast-locking mechanism for maintaining a TEM00 lattice mode. The labels are: “PD1”,“PD2”,“PD3” photodiodes and transimpedance amplifiers; “BS” beam sampler (96:4 transmission-to-reflection ratio); “PZT” piezo-electric transducer; “EOM” electro-optical phase modulator; “AOM” acousto-optical modulator;“λ/4” quarter-wave plate; “NORM” normalization circuit (see text for details); “LO” oscillator driving EOM (≃ 20 MHz); “LP1”,“LP2” low-pass filters; “S1”,“S2” servo amplifiers; “FM… 

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