Development and evaluation of compact acetylene frequency standards
MetadataShow full item record
This paper describes the development and evaluation of compact and simple acetylene-stabilized diode laser frequency standards in the 1.55 µm spectral region. A variety of spectroscopic configurations have been investigated, using bulk acetylene cells and an acetylene-filled hollow core photonic crystal fiber. Frequency stability and reproducibility data, obtained by heterodyne beat frequency comparison with cavity-enhanced standards, will be presented for sources including a distributed feedback diode laser and a digital supermode distributed Bragg reflector diode laser. © 2012 IEEE.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Lorenz, Ralph; Leese, Mark; Hathi, Brijen; Zarnecki, John; Hagermann, Axel; Rosenberg, Phil; Towner, Martin; Garry, James; Svedhem, Håkan (2014)Objective. Characterize and understand acoustic instrument performance on the surface of Titan. Methods. The Huygens probe measured the speed of sound in Titan's atmosphere with a 1 MHz pulse time-of-flight transducer ...
Graphitic Carbon Nanofibers Synthesized by the Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) Method and Their Electrochemical Performances in SupercapacitorsHulicova-Jurcakova, D.; Li, X.; Zhu, Z.; De Marco, Roland; Lu, G. (2008)Graphitic carbon nanofibers were synthesized by chemical vapor deposition of methane and acetylene on the γ-alumina supported nickel catalyst. SEM, TEM nitrogen adsorption/desorption, XRD and Raman spectroscopy were used ...
Hettiarachchi, Dhanushka; Liu, Yandi; Fox, J.; Sunderland, Bruce (2010)Western Australian Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum R.Br.) is an economically important timber crop. Sandalwood seeds have been identified as a potential secondary source of income prior to harvesting the tree. Chemical and ...