Robust Gigahertz Repetition Rate Optical Frequency Combs
We at Vescent, along with the help of Menhir Photonics and Octave Photonics, have prototyped a ruggedized, compact, fully stabilized breadboard optical frequency comb based on commercially available components to analyze the stability, efficiency, and benefits of high repetition rate optical frequency combs in relation to lower repetition rate counterparts.
Through the tests, the level of optical stability found shows that these high repetition rate optical frequency combs are suitable for demanding applications such as optical atomic clocks, dual-comb spectroscopy, and low-phase noise microwave generation.
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