We developed a setup including a Laser-Frequency-Comb (LFC) for referencing a high-resolution FTS. Due to the pulsed source specific evaluation methods have to be used to retrieve the spectrum properly. We extend the sub-nominal method used in absorption spectroscopy by showing an algorithm to determine the interferogram cut points from the interferogram itself, rather than calculating them from the repetition rate and reference laser wavelength. Furthermore, we show that line position errors measured from comb spectra are associated with amplitude variability and phase noise. We give an estimate of the measured line position stability for different evaluation methods (truncation, shifting, apodization, zerofilling) on scales not dominated by these errors.
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