Laser frequency noise suppression by arm-locking in LISA:progress towards a bench-top demonstration
Overcoming laser frequency noise is a significant technical challenge for achieving the design sensitivity of the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna (LISA) gravitational wave detector. Arm-locking is a recently proposed technique for suppressing frequency noise in LISA and can be used in addition to the established techniques of pre-stabilization and time-delay interferometry. Incorporation of arm-locking into LISA could provide many benefits, however experimental verification and testing is...[Show more]
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