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Attosecond-Resolution Timing Jitter Spectrum Measurement of Free-Running Mode-Locked Lasers Over 10 Decades of Fourier Frequency

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Abstract

We show timing jitter spectrum measurement of free-running mode-locked lasers from 1-mHz to 40-MHz Fourier frequency. The demonstrated method can resolve different noise mechanisms that cause specific jitter characteristics from <100-ns to >1000-s time scales.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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