Frequency-modulation high-precision spectroscopy of coherent dark resonances Conference Paper uri icon

abstract

  • The results of frequency-modulation (FM) spectroscopy of coherent dark resonances from the Zeeman sublevels of the transition F=2 ↔ F=1 of D 1 line in absorption of 87 Rb atoms are presented and discussed in detail. By contrast with the conventional spectroscopy of coherent dark resonances employing two laser beams, relative frequency of which can be varied, these data has been obtained with the help of a single frequency-modulated laser field. Variation of the modulation frequency plays then similar role with variation the relative frequency in conventional spectroscopy. Experimental data are fit to the theoretical calculations, which are based on the theory of FM spectroscopy of coherent dark resonances recently developed by us. Feasibility of using such experimental technique for accurate measurements of magnetic fields is also discussed. © 2010 SPIE.

name of conference

  • SPIE Photonics Europe

published proceedings

  • SPIE Proceedings

author list (cited authors)

  • Vladimirova, Y. V., Zadkov, V. N., Akimov, A. V., Samokotin, A. Y., Sokolov, A. V., Sorokin, V. N., & Kolachevsky, N. N

complete list of authors

  • Vladimirova, Yu V||Zadkov, VN||Akimov, AV||Samokotin, AY||Sokolov, AV||Sorokin, VN||Kolachevsky, NN

publication date

  • January 1, 2010 11:11 AM

publisher