Temperature drift rate for nuclear terms of the NV-center ground-state Hamiltonian Academic Article uri icon

abstract

  • Nitrogen-vacancy (NV) center in diamond was found to be a powerful tool for various sensing applications. The main work horse of this center so far has been optically detected electron resonance. Utilization of the nuclear spin has the potential of significantly improving sensitivity in rotation and magnetic field sensors. Ensemble-based sensors consume quite a bit of power, thus requiring an understanding of temperature-related shifts. In this article, we provide a detailed study of the temperature shift of the hyperfine components of the NV center.

author list (cited authors)

  • Soshenko, V. V., Vorobyov, V. V., Bolshedvorskii, S. V., Rubinas, O., Cojocaru, I., Kudlatsky, B., ... Akimov, A. V.

citation count

  • 1

complete list of authors

  • Soshenko, Vladimir V||Vorobyov, Vadim V||Bolshedvorskii, Stepan V||Rubinas, Olga||Cojocaru, Ivan||Kudlatsky, Boris||Zeleneev, Anton I||Sorokin, Vadim N||Smolyaninov, Andrey N||Akimov, Alexey V

publication date

  • September 2020