I realized today that I had been plotting the wrong thing for all of my transfer functions for the last few weeks!
The "CARM offsets" were correct, in that I was moving both ETMs, so all of the calculations were correct (which is good, since those took forever). But, in the plots I was just plotting the transfer function between driving ETMX and the given photodiode. But, since just driving a single ETM is an admixture of CARM and DARM, the plots don't make any sense. Ooops.
In these revised plots (and the .mat file attached to this elog), for each PD I extract from sigAC the transfer function between driving ETMX and the photodiode. I also extract the TF between driving ETMY and the PD. I then sum those two transfer functions and divide by 2. I multiply by the simple pendulum, which is my actuator transfer function to get to W/N, and plot.
The antispring plots don't change in shape, but the spring side plots do. I think that this means that Rana's plots from last week are still true, so we can use the antispring side of TRX to get down to about 100 pm.
Here are the revised plots:
