Jul 18 – 22, 2022
Europe/Zurich timezone

Status of DMRadio 50L and m$^3$

Jul 19, 2022, 4:10 PM


Oral presentation Parallel 2B - Axions


Nicholas M. Rapidis (Stanford University)


DMRadio is a series of experiments that searches for axions using the axion-photon coupling at frequencies lower than those which have been achieved with conventional cavity haloscopes. In this talk we present the status of two experiments of the DMRadio program: DMRadio 50L and DMRadio m$^3$. DMRadio 50L uses a toroidal magnet and a high-Q LC-oscillator with target sensitivity to axions with $g_{a\gamma\gamma} < 5\times 10^{-15} \text{GeV}^{-1}$ between 5 kHz and 5 MHz (20 peV to 20 neV). DMRadio m$^3$ consists of a higher frequency LC-oscillator in a solenoidal magnet with target sensitivity to QCD axions between 5 MHz and 200 MHz (20 neV to 0.8 $\mu$eV).

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Nicholas M. Rapidis (Stanford University)

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