Abstract

The control of the position of a mirror by radiation pressure is analyzed theoretically. Under realistic noise conditions, the position of a light mirror suspended inside a fixed Fabry–Perot interferometer can be stabilized within a few nanometers with incident powers of less than 1 W.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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