1 April 2004 Rubidium-stabilized diode laser for high-precision interferometer
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An Rb-stabilized diode laser has been developed for use in a high-precision interferometer. The light source is a commercially available external-cavity tunable diode laser. The laser frequency is stabilized to a Doppler-free absorption line of Rb by the third-harmonic technique. The laser emits an output beam with a high power (more than 7 mW) and fast frequency modulation (10 kHz). The relative optical frequency uncertainty of 4.3×10–10 is achieved for a 0.01-s averaging time.
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Youichi Bitou, Youichi Bitou, Kaoru Sasaki, Kaoru Sasaki, Hajime Inaba, Hajime Inaba, Feng-Lei Hong, Feng-Lei Hong, Atsushi Onae, Atsushi Onae, } "Rubidium-stabilized diode laser for high-precision interferometer," Optical Engineering 43(4), (1 April 2004). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1666773 . Submission:
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