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Entry  Mon Aug 18 18:33:57 2014, ericq, Update, Green Locking, Yarm Green PDH yLoop.pdfcrap.pdf
    Reply  Tue Aug 19 01:01:36 2014, Jenne, Rana, Update, Green Locking, Yarm Green PDH YPDH_OLG.pdfYPDH_noise.pdf
       Reply  Tue Aug 19 18:32:40 2014, ericq, Update, Green Locking, Yarm Green PDH 
       Reply  Tue Aug 19 23:11:15 2014, Jenne, Update, Green Locking, Yarm Green PDH ErrAndCtrlSpectra_VoltsPerRtHz.png
       Reply  Wed Aug 20 02:38:41 2014, Jenne, Update, Green Locking, Yarm Green PDH - requirement NoiseConsideration.pdf
          Reply  Wed Aug 20 18:05:18 2014, Jenne, Update, Green Locking, Yarm Green PDH - requirement YPDH_noise.pdf
       Reply  Wed Aug 20 04:09:21 2014, ericq, Update, Green Locking, Xarm Green PDH Xbodes.pdfXspectra.pdfscopeSweep.jpg
          Reply  Wed Aug 20 16:10:43 2014, ericq, Update, Green Locking, Xarm Green PDH XspectraCombined.pdf
             Reply  Wed Aug 20 21:09:16 2014, ericq, Update, Green Locking, Xarm Green PDH scopeSweep.jpgXspectra.pdfYspectra.pdfXYcomp.pdf
Message ID: 10415     Entry time: Wed Aug 20 16:10:43 2014     In reply to: 10413     Reply to this: 10417
Author: ericq 
Type: Update 
Category: Green Locking 
Subject: Xarm Green PDH 

A MIST simulation tells me that the green pdh horn-to-horn displacement is about 1.2nm, or ~18kHz. I used this, along with the scope trace attached to the previous post, to calibrate the mixer output at 193419 Hz per V. (EDIT: I was a little too hasty here. What I'm really after is the slope of the zero crossing, which turns out to be almost exactly twice my earlier naïve estimate. See later post for correct spectra)

For the control signal, I assumed a flat Innolight PZT PM response of 1MHz/V. ( Under 10kHz, it is indeed flat, and this is the region where the control signal is above the servo output noise in yesterday's measurements)

Here are all of the same spectra from last night, with the above calibrations. 

XspectraCombined.pdf

 

Going off Jenne's earlier plot, it looks like the in-loop error signal RMS is ten times bigger than the CARM linewidth. 

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