Oliver Gerberding, Felipe Guzman, John T. Melcher, Jon R. Pratt, Jacob Taylor
We present an opto-mechanical accelerometer device with high dynamic range, high bandwidth and readout noise levels exceeding 10 μg/√Hz . The straightforward assembly and small cost of our device make it a prime candidate to perform on-site calibrations and autonomous navigation. We discuss the limitations of accuracy and precision by presenting experimental data taken with a vacuum sealed portable prototype and by comparing it to a study of the device physics.
, Guzman, F.
, Melcher, J.
, Pratt, J.
and Taylor, J.
Optomechanical reference accelerometer, Metrologia, [online], https://doi.org/10.1088/0026-1394/52/5/654
(Accessed June 3, 2023)