A new scheme of geophysical signal detection with optical gravitational antennas

A.V. Gusev, V.N. Rudenko and I.S. Yudin1


We suggest a method of detection of quasistatic geophysical signals with long-base gravitational-wave laser interferometric antennas, alternative to the "free spectrum range" regime, under optimal alignment of the optical system.


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