3 years ago

Closed-loop Control of Compensation Point in the K-Rb-$^{21}$Ne Comagnetometer.

Liwei Jiang, Wei Quan, Feng Liu, Wenfeng Fan, Li Xing, Lihong Duan, Wuming Liu, Jiancheng Fang

We investigate the real-time closed-loop control of compensation point in the K-Rb-$^{21}$Ne comagnetometer operated in the spin-exchange relaxation-free regime. By locking the electron resonance, the alkali metal electrons are free from the fluctuations of the longitudinal ambient magnetic field and nuclear magnetization, which could improve the systematic stability, enlarge the linear measuring range, and suppress the cross-talk error of the comagnetometer. This is the first demonstration of closed-loop control of magnetic field in the single nuclear species comagnetometer, which will be of great significance for rotation sensing as gyroscopes and other high precision metrology applications of the comagnetometer.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1901.02683

DOI: arXiv:1901.02683v1

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