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High-Bandwidth Force Sensing with Optical Cavities

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We present a method for measuring dynamic forces by tracking induced frequency shifts of optical cavity resonances with initial tests of a robust laser stabilization scheme featuring large dynamic-range (5 GHz) and high-bandwidth (>1 MHz).

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