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Broadband high-resolution spectroscopy based on adjustable Vernier-frequency-scale sliding – application to CO2 remote sensing

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We present a novel method for broadband spectroscopy. Due to the entanglement of two cavities within an optical parametric oscillator, frequency resolution and span are widely adjustable. The technique is applied to CO2 remote sensing.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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