A 30 W, sub-kHz frequency-locked laser at 532 nm

30 Jan 2020  ·  Chen Hao-Ze, Liu Xiang-Pei, Wang Xiao-Qiong, Wu Yu-Ping, Wang Yu-Xuan, Yao Xing-Can, Chen Yu-Ao, Pan Jian-Wei ·

We report on the realization of a high-power, ultranarrow-linewidth, and frequency-locked 532~nm laser system. The laser system consists of single-pass and intra-cavity second harmonic generation of a continuous-wave Ytterbium doped fiber laser at 1064~nm in the nonlinear crystal of periodically poled lithium niobate and lithium triborate, respectively... With 47~W infrared input, 30~W green laser is generated through the type I critical phase matching in the intracavity lithium triborate crystal. The laser linewidth is measured to be on the order of sub-kHz, which is achieved by simultaneously locking the single-pass frequency doubling output onto the iodine absorption line R69 (36-1) at 532~nm. Furthermore, the phase locking between the laser system and another slave 1064~nm laser is demonstrated with relative frequency tunability being up to 10~GHz. Our results completely satisfy the requirements of 532~nm laser for quantum simulation with ultracold atoms. read more

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