News, Exhibits, Application Notes
Nathan Lemke and his students at the Bethel University AMO lab locked a laser to a two-photon transition of rubidium-85. They used the qNimble Quarto as a modulation source, lock-in amplifier, and PI loop filter servo.
Scott Davis, Vescent CEO will be a panelist on Quantum Computing at the Inside Quantum Technology Meeting in San Diego on Tuesday 10 May, 2022 at 10:45 am PDT.
We demonstrate a lock of a RIO PLANEX 1550nm narrow linewidth laser to the Vescent FFC-100 Fiber Frequency Comb using the Vescent D2-135 Offset Phase Lock Servo.
Learn how to fine tune the D2-135 phase lock
Locking ƒCEO of a 1 GHz mode-locked laser
ColdQuanta, the quantum atomics company, has been selected by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop a scalable, cold-atom-based quantum computing hardware and software platform that can demonstrate quantum advantage on real-world problems. The award is valued at up to $7.4M. Congratulations to our friends at ColdQuanta! Read the full press release here.
Q: What is the phase-noise on my laser beat-note going to look like when locked with the D2-135 Offset Phase Lock Servo (OPLS)? A: There are a lot factors that affect the final lock performance of the D2-135. Like frequency noise, phase noise is measured in terms of a noise density — or noise within