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Ultrastable Laser

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Ultra-stable LaserThe ORS-Mini ultrastable laser from Menlo Systems GmbH features a <2 Hz linewidth.

Designed as a compact 19-in. rack module for field applications, the system features a 5-cm high-finesse ultralow expansion cavity licensed from the National Physical Laboratory. The cubic cavity design provides a low vibration sensitivity and enables a rigid cavity mounting, allowing for mobile use of the apparatus. The system operates fully autonomously, can be intuitively controlled via touchscreen, and is remotely accessible via a network connection. The laser system is available at 1542 and 1064 nm.

The ORS-Mini is suited for applications in quantum computation, as a source of ultralow-noise microwaves for radar systems, as a flywheel in optical clocks, for frequency dissemination via optical fibers, or in various spectroscopic experiments.


BioPhotonics
Nov/Dec 2021
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