Abstract

Details concerning the design of the stabilization system for a He–Ne laser based on a two-mode method that uses a thin-film heater are discussed. The stability is evaluated by measuring the beat signal between two stabilized lasers; it is 1.1 × 10−12, expressed in terms of the root Allan variance (τ = 35 s).

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