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Absolute frequency control of a 1560 nm (192 THz) semiconductor laser locked to a rubidium absorption line interrogated by a second harmonic generated signal

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4 Author(s)
Poulin, M. ; Centre d'Opt., Photonique et Lasers, Laval Univ., Que., Canada ; Latrasse, C. ; Tetu, M. ; Breton, M.

We demonstrated second harmonic generation from a 1560 nm DFB laser using a KNbO/sub 3/ crystal. The 780 nm beam was used to interrogate a Rb line and lock the DFB laser frequency. We devised a setup to observe a saturated absorption profile which should be used to improve the frequency control.<>

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Precision Electromagnetic Measurements, 1994. Digest., 1994 Conference on

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June 27 1994-July 1 1994

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