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d2:quick_start_opls [2018/12/10 08:49]
Michael Radunsky [D2-150 Alignment]
d2:quick_start_opls [2019/03/08 10:22]
Michael Radunsky
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 At this point you should have two lasers temperature stabilized and running at their operating current. The two lasers should be within a few GHz of the same frequency of each other. (If unsure of the laser frequency, you can use a spectroscopy module to get one laser on transition and then temporarily move the spectroscopy module to the other laser to get it near the same transition.) At this point you should have two lasers temperature stabilized and running at their operating current. The two lasers should be within a few GHz of the same frequency of each other. (If unsure of the laser frequency, you can use a spectroscopy module to get one laser on transition and then temporarily move the spectroscopy module to the other laser to get it near the same transition.)
  
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 //This section assumes you are using the [[d2:​heterodyne_module|D2-150 Heterodyne Module]] to obtain an optical beat note between two lasers. If you have obtained an optical beat note by other methods, please skip this section.  ​ //This section assumes you are using the [[d2:​heterodyne_module|D2-150 Heterodyne Module]] to obtain an optical beat note between two lasers. If you have obtained an optical beat note by other methods, please skip this section.  ​
d2/quick_start_opls.txt · Last modified: 2019/03/08 10:24 by Michael Radunsky