Long-term vacuum tests of single-mode vertical cavity surface emitting laser diodes used for a scalar magnetometer

Christian Hagen, Michaela Ellmeier, J. Piris, Roland Lammegger, I. Jernej, Werner Magnes, E. Murphy, Andreas Pollinger, C. Erd, Wolfgang Baumjohann

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Abstract

Scalar magnetometers measure the magnitude of the magnetic field, while vector magnetometers (mostly fluxgate magnetometers) produce three-component outputs proportional to the magnitude and the direction of the magnetic field. While scalar magnetometers have a high accuracy, vector magnetometers suffer from parameter drifts and need to be calibrated during flight. In some cases, full science return can only be achieved by a combination of vector and scalar magnetometers.
Originalspracheenglisch
Seiten (von - bis)105634Y-1 - 105634Y-8
Seitenumfang8
FachzeitschriftProceedings of SPIE
Jahrgang10563
DOIs
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 16 Nov 2017
VeranstaltungInternational Conference on Space Optics—ICSO 2014 - La Caleta / Tenerife, Spanien
Dauer: 7 Okt 201410 Okt 2014

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  • Advanced Materials Science

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Long-term vacuum tests of single-mode vertical cavity surface emitting laser diodes used for a scalar magnetometer. / Hagen, Christian; Ellmeier, Michaela; Piris, J.; Lammegger, Roland; Jernej, I.; Magnes, Werner; Murphy, E.; Pollinger, Andreas; Erd, C.; Baumjohann, Wolfgang.

in: Proceedings of SPIE, Jahrgang 10563, 16.11.2017, S. 105634Y-1 - 105634Y-8.

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Hagen, Christian ; Ellmeier, Michaela ; Piris, J. ; Lammegger, Roland ; Jernej, I. ; Magnes, Werner ; Murphy, E. ; Pollinger, Andreas ; Erd, C. ; Baumjohann, Wolfgang. / Long-term vacuum tests of single-mode vertical cavity surface emitting laser diodes used for a scalar magnetometer. in: Proceedings of SPIE. 2017 ; Jahrgang 10563. S. 105634Y-1 - 105634Y-8.
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