Abstract

A high-power, low-noise photodetector, in conjunction with a current shunt actuator, is used in an ac-coupled servo to stabilize the intensity of a 10-W cw Nd:YAG laser. A relative intensity noise of 1×10-8 Hz-1/2 at 10 Hz is achieved.

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