Abstract

We demonstrate two low-noise 750 MHz ytterbium fiber frequency combs that are independently stabilized to a continuous-wave laser. A bulk electro-optic modulator and a single-stack piezo-electric transducer are employed as fast actuators for stabilizing the respective cavity length to heterodyne beat notes. Both combs exhibit in-loop fractional frequency instabilities of 1018 at 1 s. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first demonstration of tightly phase-locked (<1rad root mean square phase noise integrated from 0.1 Hz to 10 MHz) fiber frequency combs with 750 MHz fundamental repetition rate.

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