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Impact of Varying Vacuum Levels on Self-Heating in Photonic Thermometers

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Author(s)

Zeeshan Ahmed, Nikolai N. Klimov, James R. Hands, James A. Fedchak

Abstract

Here we examine the impact of vacuum levels on self-heating in photonic crystal cavity thermometers. Our results suggest that background gas pressure has a negligible impact on self- heating correction to the temperature-wavelength calibration.
Proceedings Title
CLEO-2017
Conference Dates
May 15-19, 2017
Conference Location
San Jose, CA

Keywords

photonics, thermometry, vacuum

Citation

Ahmed, Z. , Klimov, N. , Hands, J. and Fedchak, J. (2017), Impact of Varying Vacuum Levels on Self-Heating in Photonic Thermometers, CLEO-2017, San Jose, CA (Accessed June 25, 2024)

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Created July 1, 2017, Updated July 3, 2017