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Wed Sep 25 23:15:11 2013, Masayuki, Summary, Green Locking, FPMI noise caused by ARM locking
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FPMI noise caused by ARM locking
I measured some error signal, OLTFs and responses for FPMI noise estimation. Especially we are interested in the noise from in-loop noise of ALS Green PDH control. The strategy and
Estimation of the FPMI phase shift noise caused by in-loop noise of Green PDH control.
2) What we should figure out
For that estimation we have to figure out the transfer function from the cavity length change to the phase shift which is measured by MICH.
I attached the block diagram of our interferometer. Our goal is to find the transfer function H_L-l and to calibrate the out of loop noise of interferometer with that TF and error signal of the PDH control.
H,A and F mean the sensitivity, actuator response and servo filter for each control loop. L_xarm is the disturbance of the cavity length and l- is the differencial motion of the interferometer
We can get this H_L-l from measurement of the response from calibrated ETM actuation to the MICH error signal. You can get the formula for calculating H_L-l with simple calculation and that is
1 + G_mich 1 + G_xarm V_mi
H_L-l = --------------- ----------------- ------------
H_mich A_etmx V_excetm
where the each G is OLTF and V_mi/Vexcetm is the response from the ETM actuation to the MICH error signal.
And then the FPMI noise in the unit of meter / rHz is
N_fpmi = l_dis + ------------ Vx
This second term is what we are interested in.
To estimate these noises
i) We can calibrate the actuators of ITMX, ITMY and BS with using the MICH as sensor. So we can calibrate the arm error signals by excitation of arm length using ITMs actuator.
ii) If we know the TFs of arms, we can calibrate the ETMX and ETMY actuators.
iii) We should know the response from ETMX or ETMY actuating to error signal of mich.
iv) Also we should calibrate the error signal of MICH in FPMI locking(H_mich). We can do that by exciting the BS.
Then we can estimate the noises.
In next entry, I will write about measurement.