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Dual-frequency VECSEL for atomic clocks using coherent population trapping

Abstract : Atomic frequency references provide high-precision stable signals, which are crucial in the most demanding applications as high bitrate communication networks, high-end inertial navigation, or satellite positioning. One way to obtain those laser fields with low intensity-and frequency-noise is to use the dual-frequency and dual-polarization emission of an optically-pumped vertical external-cavity semiconductor laser (OP-VECSEL).
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Paul Dumont, J.-M Danet, D Holleville, S Guerandel, G Baili, et al.. Dual-frequency VECSEL for atomic clocks using coherent population trapping. 2015. ⟨hal-01256958⟩

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