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Mode-locked laser pulse trains with subfemtosecond timing jitter synchronized to an optical reference oscillator

Mode-locked laser pulse trains with subfemtosecond timing jitter synchronized to an optical reference oscillator

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BARTELS, Albrecht, Scott A. DIDDAMS, T. M. RAMOND, Leo HOLLBERG, 2003. Mode-locked laser pulse trains with subfemtosecond timing jitter synchronized to an optical reference oscillator. In: Optics Letters. 28(8), pp. 663-665. Available under: doi: 10.1364/OL.28.000663

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