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1 GHz dual-comb spectrometer for fast and broadband measurements

@inproceedings{Voumard20211GD,
  title={1 GHz dual-comb spectrometer for fast and broadband measurements},
  author={Thibault Voumard and John Darvill and Thibault Wildi and Marc Wildi and Christian Mohr and Ingmar Hartl and Tobias Herr},
  year={2021}
}
Dual-frequency comb spectroscopy permits broadband precision spectroscopic measurements with short acquisition time. A dramatic improvement of the maximal spectral bandwidth and the minimal measurement time can be expected when the lasers’ pulse repetition rate is increased, owing to a quadratic dependence (Nyquist criterion). Here, we demonstrate a dual-comb system operating at a high repetition rate of 1 GHz based on mature, digitally-controlled, low-noise modelocked lasers. Compared to… 

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