Influence of the Radio-Frequency source properties on RF-based atom traps
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We discuss the quality required for the RF source used to trap neutral atoms in RF-dressed potentials. We illustrate this discussion with experimental results obtained on a Bose-Einstein condensation experiment with different RF sources.
PACS.39.25.+k Atom manipulation 32.80.Pj Optical cooling of atoms; trapping
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