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High-Precision In-situ Wavelength Stabilization and Monitoring of Tunable Lasers Using AWG and PD Arrays

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This paper presents a rapid laser wavelength stabilization and monitoring technique based on a feedback loop using AWG with PD arrays at 0.5 MHz. The experiment demonstrates control accuracy of ±0.015 nm on microsecond timescale.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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