Multi-line fiber laser system for cesium and rubidium atom interferometry.

@article{Diboune2016MultilineFL,
  title={Multi-line fiber laser system for cesium and rubidium atom interferometry.},
  author={Cl'ement Diboune and Nassim Zahzam and Yannick Bidel and Malo Cadoret and Alexandre Bresson},
  journal={Optics express},
  year={2016},
  volume={25 15},
  pages={
          16898-16906
        }
}
We present an innovative multi-line fiber laser system for both cesium and rubidium manipulation. The architecture is based on frequency conversion of two lasers at 1560 nm and 1878 nm. By taking advantage of existing high performance fibered components at these wavelengths, we have demonstrated multi-line operation of an all fiber laser system delivering 350 mW at 780 nm for rubidium and 210 mW at 852 nm for cesium. This result highlights the promising nature of such laser system especially… 

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