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Limit of optical-frequency comb generation due to material dispersion

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The limit of optical frequency comb (OFC) generation (i.e., the limit of frequency difference measurement) due to the material dispersion in the EO crystal is experimentally studied. By using a modified monolithic OFC generator, we observed the OFC spectrum, and confirmed that the envelope of the OFC around 780 nm extended to a span as wide as 16 nm (or 7.6 THz) reaching the limit of the OFC generation. We also proposed a method of stabilizing the Fabry-Perot cavity for the monolithic OFC generator

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 12 )