Recently we have demonstrated AC magnetic field sensing scheme using a simple continuous-wave optically detected magnetic resonance of nitrogen-vacancy centers in diamond [Appl. Phys. Lett. 113, 082405 (2018)]. This scheme is based on electronic spin double resonance excited by continuous microwaves and radio-frequency (RF) fields. Here we measured and analyzed the double resonance spectra and magnetic field sensitivity for various frequencies of microwaves and RF fields. As a result, we observed a clear anticrossing of RF-dressed electronic spin states in the spectra and estimated the bandwidth to be approximately 5 MHz at the center frequency of 9.9 MHz.
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