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Laser Phase Lock System

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Laser Phase Lock SystemThe OE5000 Hi-Q Laser Phase Lock System from OEwaves Inc. allows the offset locking of two individual lasers separated in frequency by as much as 50 GHz.

The system features a simple setup with a fiber input carrying light from each laser and an electric output to actuate the lock. The programmable frequency interval is controlled by USB input from the user’s computer. The box can be used with any two pairs of lasers in the 1300- to 1600-nm wavelength range with a voltage input to control and lock the frequency to the reference laser. Applications include coherent communications, metrology, gas sensing, and quantum technology.

Photonics Spectra
Apr 2023

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