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Entry  Tue May 7 03:08:12 2013, Jenne, Update, , PRM yaw responsible for RIN BS_excited.pdfITMX_excited.pdfITMY_excited.pdfPRM_excited.pdf
    Reply  Tue May 7 10:30:32 2013, Koji, Update, Locking, PRM yaw responsible for RIN 
Message ID: 8535     Entry time: Tue May 7 10:30:32 2013     In reply to: 8532
Author: Koji 
Type: Update 
Category: Locking 
Subject: PRM yaw responsible for RIN 

Quote:

BS is contributing a little bit, but PRM is clearly contributing

No.

While the peak in the PRM OPLEV was more than 10 times higher than the spectrum level without the excitation,
we only saw small peaks in the RIN spectra. This suggests that the PRM angular motion did not contribute to the RIN spectra.

You should divide the POP110I and POPDC spectra by 400 and 450, which was the DC values of these channels, in order to convert them into RIN (1/rtHz)
The OPLEV spectra is calibrated to be urad/rtHz (is this true?) so you can obtain the conversion factor from OPLEV to RIN (1/urad)
by matching the peaks. This way you make a angular noise projection.

Quote:

I think that I need to install one of the T240's on the new granite slab, and see what kind of coherence we have between seismic and PRM yaw motion, and if FF can get rid of it.

Yes we should do that. BTW what should be pushed?

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