Fig. 2: Exemplary measurement data under vibrational noise. | Communications Physics

Fig. 2: Exemplary measurement data under vibrational noise.

From: Optomechanical resonator-enhanced atom interferometry

Fig. 2

a Histogram distribution of the normalised interferometer output ports, b a fringe (orange circles) recovered by post-correction based on the resonator signal, and a sinusoidal fit to the corrected data (orange solid line) for a pulse separation time T = 10 ms. c Ambient vibrations with a Gaussian 1/e width of 3.2 mm s−2, if uncorrected, obscure the phase information of the atom interferometer. By convolving the recorded time series of the resonator signal with the interferometer acceleration response function we can recover each data point’s phase information and reconstruct the fringe pattern. Each histogram and the corresponding interferometer response represent a segment of 500 data points.

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