High-resolution line-Q measurements of velocity-selective nonlinear Faraday rotation in Rb vapor

Lee, W.D.; Heuring, J.J.; Campbell, J.C.; Buell, W.F.; Davis, C.L.
August 1993
Applied Physics Letters;8/23/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p1026
Academic Journal
Describes the high-resolution line-Q measurements of the optical feedback from velocity-selective nonlinear Faraday effect. Limitation of the frequency stability by the quality factor of the reference; Reduction of the frequency tuning coefficient under optical feedback; Implications of the locking bandwidth for the optical lock.


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