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Accurate Fiber-based Acetylene Frequency References

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An all-fiber based acetylene frequency reference is achieved with ~100 kHz accuracy. The three-cornered hat method was used to calibrate the stability of fiber-based frequency, and a 2×10−12 stability at 0.1 s is obtained.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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