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Type: Conference paper
Title: Prospects for atomic magnetometers employing hollow core optical fibre
Author: Ironside, C.N.
Seunarine, K.
Tandoi, G.
Luiten, A.N.
Citation: Photonics and Micro- and Nano-structured Materials 2011, as published in Proceedings of SPIE, 2012 / Drampyan, R.R.K. (ed./s), vol.8414, pp.84140V-1-84140V-5
Publisher: SPIE
Issue Date: 2012
Series/Report no.: Proceedings of SPIE
ISBN: 9780819490964
ISSN: 0277-786X
Conference Name: 2011 Conference on Photonics and Micro- and Nano-structured Materials (28 Jun 2011 - 30 Jun 2011 : Yerevan, Armenia)
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C. N. Ironside, K. Seunarine and G. Tandoi, A. N. Luiten
Abstract: Presently, among the most demanding applications for highly sensitive magnetometers are Magnetocardiography (MCG) and Magnetoencephalography (MEG), where sensitivities of around 1pT.Hz-1/2 and 1fT.Hz-1/2 are required. Cryogenic Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices (SQUIDs) are currently used as the magnetometers. However, there has been some recent work on replacing these devices with magnetometers based on atomic spectroscopy and operating at room temperature. There are demonstrations of MCG and MEG signals measured using atomic spectroscopy These atomic magnetometers are based on chip-scale microfabricated components. In this paper we discuss the prospects of using photonic crystal optical fibres or hollow core fibres (HCFs) loaded with Rb vapour in atomic magnetometer systems. We also consider new components for magnetometers based on mode-locked semiconductor lasers for measuring magnetic field via coherent population trapping (CPT) in Rb loaded HCFs.
Keywords: Magnetometer; optical sensor; atomic spectroscopy; semiconductor mode-locked laser
Rights: © 2012 SPIE
RMID: 0030008454
DOI: 10.1117/12.923132
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