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  17510   Tue Mar 14 15:46:06 2023 TomohiroUpdateIMCDiagonalizing YAW output matrix using a different method

Alex, Anchal, and I adjusted the number of the MC2-TRANS column in the YAW output matrix. We used the same method in 40m/17504 but the amplitude of oscillator for Lock In Amplifier is increased from 1 to 4.

The corrected numbers of the column in the output matrix is as follows:

  MC2_TRANS
MC1 -5.5196
MC2 -2.8778
MC3 -5.2232

We did the step response test for the corrected output matrix. The sum of off-diagonal terms was 0.62, which is the minimum value. Attachment 1 is the step response test result. From the figure, the reduction of the sum is because the column MC2_TRANS can diagonalize better. We can find out the property from Attachment 2.

  17511   Tue Mar 14 18:44:39 2023 yutaUpdateBHDLO phase noise measurements in ITMX single bounce, MICH and FPMI

[Anchal, Yuta]

We have measured LO phase noise in ITMX single bounce, simple MICH and FPMI configurations with LO phase locked with BH55 or BH44.
We found that BH55 and BH44 have almost exactly same noise in ITMX single bounce, but BH44 is noisier than BH55 in MICH and FPMI configurations.
In any case, LO phase can be locked within 0.1 rad RMS, so optical gain fluctuations in BHD_DIFF should be fine for BHD locking.

Method:
 - We have locked ITMX single bounce vs LO, AS beam under MICH locked with AS55_Q vs LO, and AS beam under FPMI locked with REFL55 & AS55 vs LO, using BH55_Q or BH44_Q
 - In each IFO configuration, we have minimized I phase to set RF demodulation phases for BH55 and BH44.
 - In each IFO configuration, optical gain of BH55_Q and BH44_Q was measured by elliptic fit of X-Y plot for BH55_Q vs BHDC_A or BH44_Q vs BH55_Q.
 - For each LO_PHASE lock, feedback gain was adjusted to set the UGF to around 50 Hz, and actuator used was LO1.
 - LO_PHASE_IN1 was calibrated using the measured optical gain, and LO_PHASE_OUT was calibrated using LO1 actuator gain of 26.34e-9 /f^2 m/counts measured in 40m/17285.
 - To convert meters in radians, 2*pi/lambda is used (which means dark fringe to dark fringe is pi).
 - Below summarizes the result of RF demodulation phases and optical gains (whitening gains were 45 dB for BH55 and 39 dB for BH44). RF demod phases aligns well with previous measurement, but optical gain for BH44 seems higher by an order of magnitude compared with 40m/17478 (whitening gain changed??). Optical gain for BH55_Q is consistent with previous measurement in 40m/17506 (note the demodulation phase change).

LO_PHASE lock in ITMX single bounce
        Demod phase  Optical gain     filter gain
BH55_Q  -99.8 deg    7.6e9 counts/m   -0.3
BH44_Q  -6.5 deg     1.3e10 counts/m  -0.15

LO_PHASE lock in MICH
        Demod phase  Optical gain     filter gain
BH55_Q  -67.7 deg    6.1e8 counts/m   -3.9
BH44_Q  -31.9 deg    8.5e8 counts/m   -3.1

LO_PHASE lock in FPMI
        Demod phase  Optical gain     filter gain
BH55_Q  35.7 deg     3.4e9 counts/m   -0.65
BH44_Q  -9.3 deg     4.3e10 counts/m  -0.84


Result:
 - Attached are calibrated LO phase noise spectrum in different IFO configurations.
 - In ITMX single bounce, LO phase noise estimated using BH55 and BH44 are almost equivalent, and LO phase noise in-loop is ~0.04 rad RMS.
 - In MICH, LO phase noise estimated using BH44 is noisier than BH44 at around 20-60 Hz for some reason. LO phase noise in-loop is ~0.04 rad RMS for both cases.
 - In FPMI, LO phase noise estimated using BH44 is noisier than BH44 above ~20 Hz for some reason. LO phase noise in-loop is ~0.03 rad RMS for both cases. Dark noise is not limiting the measurement at least below 1 kHz.

Jupyter notebook: /opt/rtcds/caltech/c1/Git/40m/measurements/BHD/BH55_BH44_Comparison.ipynb

Next:
 - Lock MICH BHD with BH55 and BH44, and compare LO phase noise contributions to MICH sensitivity
 - Investigate why BH44 is noisier than BH55 in MICH and FPMI (offsets? contrast defect? mode-matching?)
 - Reduce 60 Hz + harmonics in BH55 and BH44

  17512   Thu Mar 16 13:31:25 2023 TomohiroUpdateIMCDiagonalizing YAW output matrix using a different method

Purpose

  • To adjust the components of the WFS2 column in the YAW output matrix.
  • To check the value of the off-diagonal components of the WFS1 column.

Method

Alex, Anchal, and I used the same method in 40m/17504 to adjust the components of the WFS2 column. And we did the same step response test to check the value of the off-diagonal components in the YAW output matrix.

Used script & file

All the scripts & files are stored in /opt/rtcds/caltech/c1/Git/40m/scripts/MC/WFS/ directory.

  • DiagnoalizatingMethod.ipynb: for adjusting the components and replacing the new output matrix,
  • toggleWFSoffsets.py: for doing the step response test,
  • IOO_WFS_YAW_STEP_RESPONSE_TEST.py: for analyzing the step response result.

Result

We changed the WFS2 column as follows

  From To
MC1 -1.3029 -1.8548
MC2 0.15206 -0.1357
MC3 0.92391 0.40158

We can successfully diagonalize the WFS2 column. The sum of the off-diagonal components is slightly reduced. However, WFS1 has worse diagonalization.

The same step response test should be performed on a different day to see if the results change. It is because the multiple causes could exist: the influence of the changed other columns, the long time drift, the day to day change, and so on.

  17513   Fri Mar 17 17:27:58 2023 Alex, TomohiroUpdateIMCArm Cavity Noise injection with WFS1/2 PIT and YAW

Tomohiro and I performed some tests under Rana's guidance to find cross corelations between WFS1 and WFS2 output signals in both pitch and yaw. We performed this test to further understand the degree to which our output matrices have been diagonolized.

Seen in attachment 1 is our base level with no injected noise source. In each figure, we also have inlcuded the coherence plot which compares each control signal to the overalll YARM power signal.

Attachments 2-5 display our results for injecting noise into each control signal individually.

We found the following corelations for each respective test:

Control Signal with Noise Corelated signals (order)
WFS1 PIT WFS1 YAW, WFS2PIT, WFS2 YAW (all equally corelated)
WFS1 YAW WFS1 PIT, WFS2 YAW, WFS2 PIT (most to least)
WFS2 PIT WFS1 PIT, WFS2 YAW, WFS1 YAW (most to least)
WFS2 YAW WFS2 PIT, WFS1 YAW (all equally corelated)

We judged our corelated signals by the peaks seen from out noise injection on the power spectrum as well as by their coherence at the same frequencies of our noise (20Hz-30Hz) compared to the overall power spectrum of YARM.

 

Performing this measurement was done using diaggui and awggui. The diaggui files for each test are saved at: "users/Templates/singleArmCal/ArmCavityNoise_230317_2_WFS1_PIT"

To properly fix each of the control signals to the same magnitude plotted for YARM output, we callibrated each plot using the settings seen in Attachment 7. First the units were changed on the plots to represent the true scale of each measurement:

We found that the ETMY actuation strength is 10.843e-9 / f^2 (from 17376) and used this to clibrate the plots to the nanometer scale. Next the gain was adjusted such that each plot would align over the YARM output when noise was injected onto it, setting a basis for all four measurements.

Finally, some filtering poles were added to the callibration for each plot such that it resembled that of the filters seen by the YARM ouput signal. (RXA: this is the 28 Hz ELP filter to simulate the dewhitening filters)

The measurements were taken with the settings seen in Attachment 8, and noise injected using the parameters seen in attachment 9.


RXA: Some edits/comments:

The noise was injected as band-limited random noise with a Normal distribution. We used noise rather than lines so as to capture the linear and bilinear noise contributions. In the case where the coupling is mostly bilinear, we would not expect to see much coherence.

The first attachment is a ASC noise budget for the single arm - in the high gain mode, the noise does not limit the noise as seen by the arm. Next is to see if its due to the MC dewhitening filters being on/off?

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