Frequency Measurement of Lasers

  • 416 Pages
  • 4.15 MB
  • English
Taylor & Francis
Lasers & Photonics, Technology / Lasers, Technology & Industrial
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL10806788M
ISBN 10075030541X
ISBN 139780750305419

Femtosecond Optical Frequency Comb: Principle, Operation, and Applications Kluwer Academic Publishers / Springer Norwell, MA Jun Ye and Steven T.

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Cundiff. "FREQUENCY MEASUREMENT AND CONTROL is a valuable compilation of recent research results in the 'continued quest to improve the performance of oscillators.' The book does a very good job of covering all the relevant issues involved in frequency locking, starting from materials sciences (the basics of frequency references), all the way to control theory (frequency locking, measurements, and.

Laser gain medium and type Operation wavelength(s) Pump source Applications and notes Dye lasers: nm (), nm (coumarin ), nm (rhodamine 6G), many others Other laser, flashlamp Research, laser medicine, spectroscopy, birthmark removal, isotope tuning range of the laser depends on which dye is used.

The Frequency-Resolved Optical-Gating (FROG) technique has revolutionized our ability to measure and understand ultrashort laser pulses.

This book contains everything you need to know to measure even the shortest, weakest, or most complex ultrashort laser by: The Frequency-Resolved Optical-Gating (FROG) technique has revolutionized our ability to measure and understand ultrashort laser pulses.

This book contains everything you need to know to measure even the shortest, weakest, or most complex ultrashort laser pulses. Whether you're an undergrad or anBrand: Springer US.

These lasers are also commonly frequency doubled, tripled or quadrupled to produce nm (green, visible), nm and nm beams, respectively. Frequency-doubled diode-pumped solid-state (DPSS) lasers are used to make bright green laser pointers. Ytterbium, holmium, thulium, and erbium are other common "dopants" in solid-state lasers.

With the perfection of highly reproducible and stable lasers, their wavelength-frequency duality becomes of wider interest. We begin to Laser Frequency Measurements, the Speed of Light, and the Meter [email protected]~ region and the frequency measurement region for the first time. The frequency standard.

bridge large frequency intervals in the optical region.

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Although the application of mode-locked picosecond lasers for the measurement of frequency intervals of about 1 GHz had been demonstrated in elementary form already 20 years ago [8], not much work had been done on that subject since then. Apr 10,  · This book provides an introductory description of mode-locked lasers, the connection between time and frequency descriptions of their output and the physical origins of the electric field dynamics, together with an overview of applications of femtosecond comb by: Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. The book reviews the techniques of power, frequency and wavelength measurement and the spectroscopic identification of the laser lines.

View Show abstract Far. With the prospect of frequency-comb lasers be-coming smaller, cheaper and easier to operate, this measurement scheme opens up the possibility for field applications.

These may not only be found in the field of surveying or measurement of large struc-tures, but also in space applications, like distance measurement between satellites. Reviews written by some of the most experienced researchers in their respective fields address the technology of frequency metrology, including low-noise and high-stability microwave and optical frequency standards, traditional and second-generation optical frequency measurement and synthesis techniques, and optical frequency comb generators.

"Providing a self-contained introductory review of modern laser-based time and frequency measurement techniques, this text represents an interdisciplinary look at the recent developments and future directions of optical frequency meteorology, as well as a range of meteorological disciplines.

The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. The paper discusses the stabilization of gas lasers by the technique of saturated absorption, accomplished in the servo-controlled laser by means of an internal molecular absorption cell.

A heterodyne technique using silicon diodes and high frequency metal-metal point contact diodes for the frequency measurement of stabilized lasers is K.

Evenson, F. Petersen. Frequency Measurement. This book provides an in-depth and comprehensive survey of the current state-of-the-art of the international atomic timescale and its underpinning relationship to. implemented with small diode lasers, using nearly identical technology.

The first such divider chain had only 4 - 5 stages and was not yet sufficient to realize an optical frequency counter, but it served to measure a 1 THz frequency gap that arose in a measurement of the Author: Theodor W.

Hänsch. In the late s, a new technique based on frequency combs from mode-locked lasers revolutionized optical frequency metrology.

It is based on the fact that the optical spectrum of the output of a mode-locked laser consists of a comb of exactly equidistant lines (disregarding noise influences).

This means that such a frequency comb is determined by only two parameters: the frequency spacing. Leo Hollberg is the author of Precision Spectroscopy, Diode Lasers, and Optical Frequency Measurement Technology ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews).

How does one measure the frequency of a laser. Ask Question Asked 6 years ago. Active 5 years, 11 months ago. Viewed 3k times 3 $\begingroup$ I am taking a short introduction course on lasers. I never knew that the frequency of a laser is so high for a given wavelength (e.g.

nm). I am wondering how people can measure the frequency of the laser. After a historical introduction, the book describes the basic concepts and mathematical tools required for studying the physics of oscillators.

It then discusses microwave and optical resonators, crucial aspects of operation and fundamental properties of lasers, and precision. Frequency Measurement Of Lasers update books can be more convenient and simpler. We are able to read Frequency Measurement Of Lasers update books on our tablets,etc.

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Abstract. Theoretical and experimental results on frequency synthesis and measurement at near-IR and visible wavelengths are reviewed. Particular attention is given to a method of measuring the frequency of the He-Ne laser at micron and of a krypton frequency standard; the method is based on the use of tunable F-center V.

Klementev, Iu. Kolpakov, Iu. Matiugin, V. Chebotaev. Recently the use of femtosecond pulse lasers (fs pulse laser) has been exploded because of its wide spectral bandwidth, short pulse duration, high frequency stability and ultra-strong peak power in precision spectroscopy, time-resolved measurement, and micro/nano by: 1.

The Frequency-Resolved Optical-Gating (FROG) technique has revolutionized our ability to measure and understand ultrashort laser pulses. This book contains everything you need to know to measure even the shortest, weakest, or most complex ultrashort laser pulses.

Whether you're an undergrad or Author: Rick Trebino. Details of the physics of single-frequency operation are discussed in the corresponding article; the present article discusses the most important types of single-frequency lasers, which differ very much in terms of output power, linewidth, wavelength, complexity and price.

Some low-power laser diodes, in particular index-guided types, usually emit on a single mode. We describe a combined interferometric scheme that enables absolute distance measurements using a femtosecond pulse laser.

This method is combined with synthetic wavelength interferometry (SWI), time of flight (TOF) and spectrally-resolved interferometry (SRI) using the optical comb of femtosecond laser. Each technique provides distinct measuring resolutions and ambiguity ranges which are.

The word "laser" is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Lasers are finding ever increasing military applications -- principally for target acquisition, fire control, and training. These lasers are termed rangefinders, target designators, and direct-fire simulators.

Although the f-to-2f measurement technique is widely used to measure the CEO frequency of ultrashort pulses emitted from mode-locked Ti:sapphire laser, there have been some disadvantages in the stabilized frequency comb system based on f-to-2f scheme because of its complicated configuration and alignment-sensitive Zhiyi Wei, Hainian Han, Wei Zhang, Yanying Zhao, Jiangfeng Zhu, Hao Teng, Qiang Du.

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The Measurement of Time Time, Frequency and the Atomic Clock This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the physics of time and time measurement, from an historical perspective to the modern day. It dis-cusses the stability and accuracy of atomic frequency standards, including.of frequency stabilised lasers, of frequency tunable lasers and, lately, the appearance of femtosecond lasers have encouraged the use of the interferometer in dimensional metrology.

In addition, nanometre-level interf erometry with low-coherence sources has also.In addition to a collection of old and new electronic timekeeping instruments I maintain a library of reference material related to Time & Frequency and other electronic precise timekeeping topics.

Below is a list of books I would recommend divided into the following categories: Precise Time & Frequency books ; Horological Science books.