Fiber-laser-based clockwork for long-term measurements and comparisons of visible optical frequency standards

TitleFiber-laser-based clockwork for long-term measurements and comparisons of visible optical frequency standards
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2010
AuthorsBernard, J. E., P. Dube, A. A. Madej, S. Cundy, J. - S. Boulanger, J. Jiang, and D. J. Jones
JournalEuropean Physical Journal D
Volume57
Issue2
Pagination247 - 252
Date Published2010/04//
ISBN Number1434-6060
Keywordscomb, ion, single, system, transition
AbstractA long-term clockwork capable of linking visible optical frequency standards to the radio frequency domain is demonstrated with a continuous measurement stretching eight days. The clockwork is based on a femtosecond fiber laser frequency comb. Using this system, an uncorrected measurement of the (88)Sr(+) frequency standard at 445 THz (674 nm) is completed and is in excellent agreement with previous measurements.
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