Abstract

A turn-key, all-fiber 14.5 GHz electro-optic modulation-based near-infrared frequency comb spanning 700 nm for astronomical spectrograph calibration is developed, capable of providing radial velocity calibration with a precision of < 10 cm/s, relevant for exoplanet searches.

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