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Matt Simons (Fed)

Publications

Modern RF Measurements with Hot Atoms

Author(s)
Aly Artusio-Glimpse, Matt Simons, Nik Prajapati, Christopher L. Holloway
Over a hundred years later, the classic antenna, first invented by Heinrich Hertz, in 1888, [1], is still the dominant technology used for the measurement of RF

Patents

Block diagram of the Rydberg atom "mixer". The Rydberg atoms separate the difference frequency (IF) from two RF signals (LO and SIG). This demodulated signal is carried in the probe laser.

Rydberg Atom Mixer and Determining Phase of Modulated Carrier Radiation

NIST Inventors
Josh Gordon , Christopher L. Holloway and Matt Simons
Patent Description Rydberg atoms have been shown to be very useful in performing absolute measurements of the magnitude of a radio frequency (RF) field using electromagnetically induced transparency (EIT). However, until this invention, there has been less success in using Rydberg atoms for the
Created July 30, 2019, Updated July 11, 2022