Absolute active frequency locking of a diode laser with optical feedback generated by

Zi Dong Liu; Bloch, Daniel
July 1994
Applied Physics Letters;7/18/1994, Vol. 65 Issue 3, p274
Academic Journal
Investigates the absolute frequency locking of laser diode with optical feedback using Doppler-free collinear polarization spectroscopy. Demonstration of diode frequency locking on D[sub 2] line of rubidium; Evaluation on the stability of operating frequency and absolute frequency; Dependence of saturated transmission on atomic density.


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