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Microfabricated Atomic Magnetometers

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Author(s)

Svenja A. Knappe, John E. Kitching

Abstract

In this chapter, we discuss miniaturized atomic magnetometers, and the technology and applications relevant to this somewhat unusual direction in magnetometer research and development. By “miniaturized”, we mean, in addition to their size, magnetometers that have associated desirable qualities such as low power consumption and low cost. Together with the high sensitivity usually obtained from the use of atoms, these properties result in magnetic sensors that fill a unique application space.
Citation
Optical Magnetometry
Publisher Info
Cambridge University Press, New York, NY

Keywords

Atomic Magnetometers, Atomic MEMS, CSAM, Microfabricated Magnetometers, Optical Magetometers

Citation

Knappe, S. and Kitching, J. (2013), Microfabricated Atomic Magnetometers, Cambridge University Press, New York, NY (Accessed June 20, 2024)

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Created April 15, 2013, Updated February 19, 2017