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Laser Stabilization

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Author(s)

John L. Hall, Jun Ye, M S. Taubman

Abstract

It becomes clear that there are many interlinking considerations involved in the design of-laser stabilization systems, and it is difficult to present a full description in an article such as this. Still it is hoped that the reader will see some avenues to employ feedback control methods to the laser systems of current interest. We are optimistic that some of this technology may become commercially available in the future, thus simplifying the user's task.
Citation
Handbook of Optics, Volume IV
Publisher Info
McGraw-Hill Professional, New York, NY

Keywords

frequency stability, optical frequency standards

Citation

Hall, J. , Ye, J. and Taubman, M. (2017), Laser Stabilization, Handbook of Optics, Volume IV, McGraw-Hill Professional, New York, NY (Accessed July 14, 2024)

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Created February 19, 2017