Microfabricated vapor cells containing alkali metal and buffer gas are in use for atomic-based instruments like atomic clocks, atomic magnetometers, or other quantum sensors. We study on an effective vapor cell fabrication at the wafer-level utilizing a novel Cs-source, that are applicable to MEMS-based atomic clocks. This method enables in-situ thermal decomposition of CsN3 with high efficiency at the waferlevel. The fabricated Cs-filled cells via a combination of the Cs-source and low-temperature bonding process achieved the good atomic clock frequency stability
- CSAC, Atomic magnetic sensor, Gyro sensor
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