Abstract

The repetition-rate and carrier envelope offset frequency of a turnkey, all-fiber-based continuum generator are phase-locked to a highly-stable atomic clock, H-maser. The performance of the system is evaluated and compared to a traditional Ti:sapphire-based comb.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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