Abstract

For high-precision frequency-based applications of lasers, the frequency difference between two independent lasers is accurately stabilized and maintained. We describe a simple and novel feed-forward method with an acousto-optic modulator. This method can be used in optical phase-locked loops.

© 1999 Optical Society of America

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