Using a Passive Fiber Ring Cavity to Generate Shot-Noise-Limited Laser Light for Low-Power Quantum Optics Applications
High-stability single-frequency fiber lasers typically exhibit relative intensity noise that is far in excess of shot noise across a broad frequency range extending from dc to many tens of megahertz. This excess noise precludes the use of these fiber lasers in a range of precision interferometry and quantum optics applications. We present experimental results using a passive, high Q, fiber ring resonator to filter out up to 26 dB of excess laser intensity noise, resulting in a stabilized laser...[Show more]
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