Abstract

We demonstrate two ultra-stable laser systems at 1064 nm by independently stabilizing two 10-cm-long Fabry–Pérot cavities. The reference cavities are on a cubic spacer, which is rigidly mounted for both low sensitivity to environmental vibration and ability for transportation. By comparing against an independent ultra-stable laser at 578 nm via an optical frequency comb, the 1064 nm lasers are measured to have frequency instabilities of 6 × 10−16 at 1 s averaging time.

© 2020 Chinese Laser Press

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