Abstract

Two new schemes for achieving optical Ramsey resonance by use of gratings are suggested. They do not need a coincidence of the gratings’ period with the laser wavelength and permit the same gratings to be used for arbitrary optical transition. A theoretical description for the Gaussian shapes of laser beams and for arbitrary saturation is given.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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