Authors: Glenn de Vine, Brent Ware, Kirk McKenzie, Robert E. Spero, William M. Klipstein, Daniel A. Shaddock
Date: 12 May 2010
Abstract: We report on the first demonstration of time-delay interferometry (TDI) for LISA, the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna. TDI was implemented in a laboratory experiment designed to mimic the noise couplings that will occur in LISA. TDI suppressed laser frequency noise by approximately 10ˆ9 and clock phase noise by 6x10ˆ4, recovering the intrinsic displacement noise floor of our laboratory test bed. This removal of laser frequency noise and clock phase noise in post-processing marks the first experimental validation of the LISA measurement scheme.
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