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Fully lithographic fiber-coupled cryogenic radiometer for picowatt powers

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Author(s)

Nathan A. Tomlin, John H. Lehman, Sae Woo Nam

Abstract

A new type of absolute cryogenic radiometer has been fabricated at the microscale level for direct substitution optical fiber power measurements. It consists of three parts: an absorber, electrical heater, and thermometer all on a single micro-machined membrane. The device has been shown to be sensitive to power levels down to 1 pW.
Proceedings Title
Metrologia Proceedings
Conference Dates
September 19-23, 2011
Conference Location
Wailea, Maui, HI
Conference Title
NEWRAD 2011

Keywords

transition-edge sensor, TES, SQUID, radiometer, cryogenic, absolute cryogenic radiometer, ACR, black silicon, membrane, optical fiber, fiber, micro-machined

Citation

Tomlin, N. , Lehman, J. and Nam, S. (2011), Fully lithographic fiber-coupled cryogenic radiometer for picowatt powers, Metrologia Proceedings, Wailea, Maui, HI (Accessed May 23, 2024)

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Created September 19, 2011, Updated February 19, 2017