Improved spectral properties of diode lasers

Milic, Dragana; Lu, Weijian; Hoogerland, Maarten D.; Blacksell, Michael; Baldwin, Kenneth G.H.; Buckman, Stephen J.
October 1997
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct97, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p3657
Academic Journal
Reports on several complementary methods for improving the stability of a free running diode laser. Construction of a stable power supply to reduce the main frequency and rf noise; Long term drift of the laser frequency; Development of a lock-in amplifier to be combined with a simple proportional-integrating circuit.


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