CHAPS: a new precision laser-spectroscopic technique
We present a new technique for high-resolution pulsed spectroscopy that employs optical heterodyne detection to determine the instantaneous frequency of individual optical pulses, together with a frequency-binning method to generate high-precision spectra. We further demonstrate that active tuning of the light source is not necessary if the inherent frequency jitter of the source spans the spectral region of interest. This hetero-dyneassisted approach to coherent pulsed spectroscopy (CHAPS)...[Show more]
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|Source:||Journal of the Optical Society of America B|
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