Abstract

Recent demonstrations of passively phase-locked fiber-based combs motivate broadband characterization of the noise associated with the stabilized carrier-envelope offset frequency. In our study, we analyze the phase noise of a 100 MHz Er:fiber system in a wide range spanning from microhertz to the Nyquist frequency. An interferometric detection method enables analysis of the high-frequency output of an f-to-2f interferometer. The dominant contribution of a broadband white noise floor at high frequencies attests quantum-limited performance. An out-of-loop measurement of the carrier-envelope phase reveals its jitter to be as low as 250 mrad when integrated over 12 orders of magnitude of the radio-frequency spectrum.

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