Abstract

The coherence function between the amplitude and phase fluctuations of a mode-locked Cr:LiSAF laser has been measured with a time-domain demodulation technique. A relatively large correlation has been found for the noise components that originate in the pump-power fluctuation. Through an examination of the modulation-induced change in the noise power spectral densities, the influences of pump-power and cavity-length variations on these fluctuations have been investigated.

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