Zero-crossing magnetic field modulation at high frequency for triaxial-vectorial SERF atomic magnetometer

16 Jan 2020  ·  Qin J. N., Zhang X., Chen C., Wang Y. Z. ·

The triaxial-vectorial magnetic field measurement method based on the quasi-steady-state solution of Bloch equation for SERF atomic magnetometry is firstly proposed by S. Seltzer and M. Romalis in 2004, which introduces dual-axis zero-crossing magnetic fields modulation. The modulation frequency must be slow enough that the quasi-steady-state solution is valid, otherwise the measurement accuracy will be seriously degraded... Thus the bandwidth of the system is greatly limited. In order to enhance the bandwidth constricted by the range of modulation frequency, we investigate the response of alkali-atomic spin to high-frequency modulation field by solving the Bloch equation in a time-dependence manner. read more

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