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A chip-scale Kerr frequency comb driven by ultrahigh-Q microresonator stabilized laser

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Abstract

We study Kerr-comb stability with pump laser locked to ultrahigh-Q microresonator. Fractional instability of 1.26×10−10 is achieved, close to comb stability limit, 3.9×10−11 imposed by intensity noise of the optical pumping and environmental fluctuations.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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