Laser source for dimensional metrology: investigation of an iodine stabilized system based on narrow linewidth 633 nm DBR diode

@article{eucha2017LaserSF,
  title={Laser source for dimensional metrology: investigation of an iodine stabilized system based on narrow linewidth 633 nm DBR diode},
  author={{\vS}imon Řeřucha and Andrew Yacoot and Tuan Minh Pham and Martin {\vC}{\'i}{\vz}ek and V{\'a}clav Hucl and Josef Lazar and Ondrej C{\'i}p},
  journal={Measurement Science and Technology},
  year={2017},
  volume={28}
}
We demonstrated that an iodine stabilized distributed Bragg reflector (DBR) diode based laser system lasing at a wavelength in close proximity to λ=633 nm could be used as an alternative laser source to the helium-neon lasers in both scientific and industrial metrology. This yields additional advantages besides the optical frequency stability and coherence: inherent traceability, wider optical frequency tuning range, higher output power and high frequency modulation capability. We… 

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