Qin, Jiayi; Zhao, Chunnong; Ma, Yiqiu; Chen, Xu; Ju, Li; Blair, David
Cavities with an extremely narrow linewidth of 10–100 Hz are required for realizing frequency-dependent squeezing to enable gravitational wave detectors to surpass the free mass standard quantum limit over a broad frequency range. High-finesse cavities on the scale of tens of meters have been proposed for this purpose. Optomechanically induced transparency (OMIT) enables the creation of optomechanical cavities in which the linewidth limit is set by the extremely narrow linewidth of a...[Show more]
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