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Intrinsic thermal noise of optical fibres due to mechanical dissipation

Intrinsic thermal noise of optical fibres due to mechanical dissipation

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The spontaneous length fluctuation of optical fibres caused by mechanical dissipation is analysed using a one-dimensional model based on the Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorem. Scale estimate shows evidence that the 1/f thermal noise originated from this fluctuation dominates at low frequencies in fibre interferometers and fibre cavities.

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