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Absolute frequency stabilization of a tunable Tm:Ho:YAG laser to the HBr P(12) line at 2097 nm

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Abstract

We demonstrate absolute frequency stabilization of a widely tunable Tm:Ho:YAG laser by locking the oscillator to the P12 absorption line of the H79Br molecule at 2097.222 nm, using the fringe side-locking technique. We perform time and spectral analysis of open- and closed-loop error signals to evaluate the frequency noise. In closed-loop operation a long-term frequency stability of better than 2 MHz with rms frequency fluctuations of 112 kHz is obtained over an observation time of 103 s.

© 2000 Optical Society of America

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