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Carl E. Wieman Patents
Inventor:
Wieman; Carl E.
Address:
Boulder, CO
No. of patents:
2
Patents:












Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6009111 System and a method for frequency-stabilizing a diode laser December 28, 1999
A robust method of stabilizing a diode laser frequency to an atomic transition is provided. The method employs Zeeman shift to generate an anti-symmetric signal about a Doppler-broadened atomic resonance, and, therefore, offers a large recapture range as well as high stability. The f
5808743 Laser sensor using optical feedback-induced frequency modulation September 15, 1998
This invention provides an inexpensive, sensitive sensor to measure target position, velocity and vibration based on optical feedback-induced fluctuations in the operating frequency of a diode laser. The sensor comprises a diode laser, an optical frequency discriminator to measure the










 
 
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