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Single Frequency DFB Fiber Lasers: A Versatile Source for Spectroscopy and Sensing

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Fiber lasers for sensing and spectroscopy require a combination of low noise, high power and access to a variety of wavelengths. These issues are discussed with emphasis on methods to reduce frequency noise.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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