High-resolution magnetic field imaging with a nitrogen-vacancy diamond sensor integrated with a photonic-crystal fiber.
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We demonstrate high-resolution magnetic field imaging with a scanning fiber-optic probe which couples nitrogen-vacancy (NV) centers in diamond to a high-numerical-aperture photonic-crystal fiber integrated with a two-wire microwave transmission line. Magnetic resonance excitation of NV centers driven by the microwave field is read out through optical interrogation through the photonic-crystal fiber to enable high-speed, high-sensitivity magnetic field imaging with sub 30 m spatial resolution.
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Fedotov, I. V., Blakley, S. M., Serebryannikov, E. E., Hemmer, P., Scully, M. O., & Zheltikov, A. M.
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Fedotov, IV||Blakley, SM||Serebryannikov, EE||Hemmer, P||Scully, MO||Zheltikov, AM