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Opt Express. 2004 Mar 8;12(5):770-5.

Phase-locked carrier-envelope-offset frequency at 1560 nm.


We report on the measurement of an Erbium-fiber oscillator's carrier-envelope-offset frequency using an extruded SF6 photonic crystal fiber for the generation of a more than two octave-spanning supercontinuum from 400 nm to beyond 1750 nm. A modified type of f-2f-interferometer was employed, beating the frequency doubled input signal of the fiber oscillator with the supercontinuum to generate the carrier-envelope-offset beat. Controlling the fiber oscillator's pump power with an electronic feedback loop, we phase-locked the carrier-envelope-offset frequency to an external reference source. The resulting residual phase excursions correspond to fractional frequency instabilities of the oscillator's frequency comb of the order of 10(-16) for averaging times longer than 10 s.


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