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Frequency Correlated Bi-Photon Spectroscopy using a Tunable Up-Conversion Detector

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Author(s)

Oliver T. Slattery, Lijun Ma, Paulina S. Kuo, Yong-Su Kim, Xiao Tang

Abstract

We demonstrated a scheme for frequency correlated bi-photon spectroscopy using a strongly non- degenerate down-conversion source and a tunable up-conversion detector. In this scheme, the spectral function at one wavelength range of a remote object can be reproduced by locally measuring another wavelength range using an up-conversion detector and monitoring the coincidence counts. The spectral resolution of the system is better than 0.1 nm corresponding to the acceptance width of the detector while the measurement range is determined by the linewidth of then source.
Citation
Laser Physics Letters

Keywords

Frequency correlation, Correlated Bi-Photon Spectroscopy, Up-Conversion Detector

Citation

Slattery, O. , Ma, L. , Kuo, P. , Kim, Y. and Tang, X. (2013), Frequency Correlated Bi-Photon Spectroscopy using a Tunable Up-Conversion Detector, Laser Physics Letters, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=912586 (Accessed January 29, 2022)
Created May 21, 2013, Updated February 19, 2017