Abstract

Using counter-propagating Brillouin lasers in a high-Q chip-based resonator, rotation measurement with a sensitivity of 15 degree/hour/ Hz is demonstrated. This is close to navigation grade performance and surpasses prior micro-optical systems by 40X.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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