Theoretical analysis and system design of two-photon based optical frequency standards

@inproceedings{Burger2014TheoreticalAA,
  title={Theoretical analysis and system design of two-photon based optical frequency standards},
  author={Johan Petrus Burger and Peter Jivan and C. F. Matthee and Ronnie Kritzinger and Hatem Hussein and Osama Terra},
  booktitle={Other Conferences},
  year={2014}
}
The National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA) is developing a new optical frequency standard based on the Rubidium two-photon transition in collaboration with the National Institute of Standards (NIS, Egypt) that will use both bulk and fiber optics in the system. This is system is called A-POD; an acronym for a portable photonic oscillator device. Rubidium two-photon standards can yield relatively simple and precise standards that are compatible with standard Ti:Sapphire optical… CONTINUE READING

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