Quantum hybrid optomechanical inertial sensing

Logan Richardson, Adam Hines, Andrew Schaffer, Brian P. Anderson, Felipe Guzman

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Abstract

We discuss the design of quantum hybrid inertial sensor that combines an optomechanical inertial sensor with the retro-reector of a cold atom interferometer. This sensor fusion approach provides absolute and high accuracy measurements with cold atom interferometers, while utilizing the optomechanical inertial sensor at frequencies above the repetition rate of the atom interferometer. This improves the overall measurement bandwidth as well as the robustness and field deployment capabilities of these systems. We evaluate which parameters yield an optimal acceleration sensitivity, from which we anticipate a noise oor at nano-g levels from DC to 1 kHz.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalUnknown Journal
StatePublished - May 17 2020

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