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Frequency stabilization of semiconductor laser diodes

by T. Ikegami

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Published by Artech House in Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Semiconductor lasers.,
  • Frequency stability.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementTetsuhiko Ikegami, Shoichi Sudo, Yoshihisa Sakai.
    SeriesArtech House optoelectronics library
    ContributionsSudo, S., Sakai, Yoshihisa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA1700 .I54 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 356 p. :
    Number of Pages356
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1119251M
    ISBN 100890066485
    LC Control Number94045536

    Laser diodes represent a key element in the emerging field of opto electronics which includes, for example, optical communication, optical sensors or optical disc systems. For all these applications, information is either transmitted, stored or read out. The performance of these systems depends to a great deal on the performance of the laser diode with regard to its modulation and noise 3/5(1). We report a method to stabilize the frequency of a laser diode for a long time by means of four feedback loops including a digital feedback circuit. The frequency stabilization continued for over 1 week and the fluctuation width was about ± MHz around the locking point. Highly Coherent Semiconductor Lasers (Artech House, Boston.

    Therefore, it substantially improves the slave laser diode frequency stability frequency-locked to it. The measured frequency stabilities show that the very high frequency stability of the D{sub 2} line of a Cs atomic beam has been transferred to the slave laser more» by this frequency-locking system within {times} 10{sup {minus}11} (10 s). A long-term laser frequency stability of ∼4 MHz is attained, which is more than a hundred-fold improvement over the performance provided by the free running semiconductor diode laser.

    Frequency selection and stabilization of semiconductor laser diode systems Author: Ahmed, H. H. I. S. Awarding Body: University of Wales Swansea Current Institution: Swansea University Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. TY - JOUR. T1 - Diode laser-frequency stabilization by use of frequency modulation by a vibrating mirror. AU - Mitsui, Takahisa. AU - Yamashita, Kiyomitsu.


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Frequency stabilization of semiconductor laser diodes by T. Ikegami Download PDF EPUB FB2

This reference describes in detail the critical issue of frequency stabilization of semiconductor laser diodes, with emphasis on the practical frequency stabilization schemes of laser diodes and laser modules, and their applications to optical transmission systems, optical measurements, photonics switching systems, and by: 5.

Get this from a library. Frequency stabilization of semiconductor laser diodes. [T Ikegami; S Sudo; Yoshihisa Sakai] -- This reference describes the critical issue of frequency stabilization of semiconductor laser diodes, with emphasis on the practical frequency stabilization schemes of laser diodes and laser modules.

Abstract. Stability of laser frequency is one of the most important performances. The frequency stabilization involves basically three parts: a reference frequency, i.e., the target frequency the laser frequency is to be locked, a frequency discriminator, and a method of feedback to tune the by: 3.

This reference describes in detail the critical issue of frequency stabilization of semiconductor laser diodes, with emphasis on the practical frequency stabilization schemes of laser diodes and laser modules, and their applications to optical transmission systems, optical measurements, photonics switching systems, and more.

Construction of a simple single-frequency diode laser nm, used as a frequency standard in the laser interferometers is demonstrated.

Two different systems applied for frequency stabilization of diode laser were used. For diode laser used as the secondary standard, the system stabilizes diode temperature, the frequency stability of the laser reaches value 1 part in 10<sup>6</sup.

Abstract: Recent progress on frequency stabilization of a diode laser emitting near nm is discussed. A confocal Fabry-Perot cavity is used to feed back the beam from the diode laser and provide resonant optical stabilization of the semiconductor laser.

Laser diodes are available from CW single-frequency diodes that put out mW of power, to bar stacks that produce up to kilowatts peak power with psec pulses.

A diode laser’s frequency can be tuned by changing either the temperature or the diode current, or by using an external cavity that is similar to that used in tunable dye lasers. Some frequency stabilization experiments of semiconductor lasers using external frequency references have been reported in recent years.

We have also stabilized them using the Rb-D 2 absorption lines as an external frequency reference. Applying a small modulation directly to the injection current usually performs these stabilization methods. Three promising methods of improving temporal coherence in semiconductor lasers are reviewed.

They are the development of novel laser devices, a technique of optical feedback and a technique of electrical feedback. The main discussion in this paper is focused on the technique of electrical feedback. The theoretical limit of frequency stability and recent experimental results are presented with.

With simple optical geometries a separate resonant Fabry–Perot cavity can serve as an optical feedback element that forces a semiconductor laser automatically to lock its frequency optically to the cavity resonance. This method is used to stabilize laser frequencies and reduce linewidths by a factor of from 20 MHz to approximately 20 kHz.

Frequency stabilization of laser diodes using − μm absorption lines of12C2H2and13C2H2 Yoshihisa Sakai et al Fiber and Integrated Optics 10 Crossref. Frequency stabilization of a semiconductor laser using the Faraday effect Hitoshi Rikukawa et al Electronics and Communications in Japan (Part II: Electronics) 74 Crossref.

Britney Spears' Guide to Semiconductor Physics: An eye-catching way to interest people in laser diodes. Books. These are suitable for undergraduate level: Semiconductor-Laser Fundamentals by Weng W. Chow and Stephan W.

Koch. Springer, High-Power Diode Lasers: Fundamentals, Technology, Applications by Roland Diehl. Springer, The possibility of stabilization of diode lasers, lasers with a wider spectral line based on the iodine absorption cell, has been examined with a stabilization method of a 3 harmonic deviation.

Possible stability levels, according to the width of diode laser's spectral line, have been checked. It has also been checked the change of the signal of the 3 harmonic in dependence with the frequency. This information-packed reference describes in detail the critical issue of frequency stabilization of semiconductor laser diodes, with emphasis on the practical frequency stabilization schemes of laser diodes and laser modules, and their applications to optical transmission systems, optical measurements, photonics switching systems, and more.

DOI: /BF Corpus ID: Laser phase and frequency stabilization using an optical resonator @article{DreverLaserPA, title={Laser phase and frequency stabilization using an optical resonator}, author={Ronald W.

Drever and John L. Hall and Frank V. Kowalski and James H. Hough and G. Ford and A. Munley and Hs Ward}, journal={Applied Physics B}, year={}.

Yamaguchi S and Suzuki M Frequency stabilization of a diode laser by use of the optogalvanic effect Appl. Phys.

Lett. 41 Crossref Google Scholar Yamaguchi S and Suzuki M Simultaneous stabilization of the frequency and power of an AlGaAs semiconductor laser by use of the optogalvanic effect of Krypton IEEE J. Quantum Electron. that forces a semiconductor laser automatically to lock its frequency optically to the cavity resonance.

This method This method is used to stabilize laser frequencies and reduce linewidths by a factor of from 20 MHz to approximately 20 kHz. Chapter 3 logically goes to describe the techniques for measuring the frequency noise and the spectral linewidth of a laser output, and then outlines the basic concept of laser diode frequency stabilization.

Chapter 4 outlines the multitude of frequency references available and Chapter 5 describes the range of frequency stabilization schemes. Eblana Photonics, located in Dublin Ireland, specializes in the design and manufacture of advanced semiconductor Discrete-Mode Laser Diodes (DFB-like) between nm - nm.

These Single Frequency Laser Diodes are ideal for Gas Sensing and other scientific applications. Eblana's DM lasers possess inherently narrow linewidth relative to traditional DFBs, in addition to superior electro. For FP laser diodes that are fabricated such that the optical beam is confined in an optical waveguide with a single-transverse mode (which is also called “single-spatial mode,” but commonly just shortened to “single mode”), the longitudinal mode spacing is determined by Δv = c/2nL, where c is the speed of light, L is the laser diode.

In this paper, we propose the sinusoidal frequency modulation on a laser diode (LD) to achieve both frequency stabilization of the LD and displacement measurement with a homodyne interferometer.

The central frequency of the LD is stabilized to a Doppler broadened absorption line of iodine (I 2) molecule near the wavelength of nm.

Laser diode control. We tune the current and / or the temperature of the laser to correct its frequency. Here, we use the DC input of the laser controller to control the diode current.

The DC input provides three modulation ranges: high, medium and low. On one side, the medium modulation range provides a higher correction depth.All-electronic frequency stabilization of a DFB laser diode A.

ASMARI, J. HODGKINSON, * E. CHEHURA, S. E. STAINES, AND R. P. TATAM Engineering Photonics, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, MK43 0AL, UK *[email protected] Abstract: A laser diode’s junction voltage is a sensitive measure of its temperature and can be used in a thermal control feedback loop.