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Entry  Fri Jul 30 13:38:56 2010, Dmass, Laser, Doubling, Mode Matching for Ovens OvenMM.pdf
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Message ID: 900     Entry time: Tue Aug 3 23:15:14 2010     In reply to: 899     Reply to this: 901   913
Author: Dmass 
Type: Laser 
Category: Doubling 
Subject: Mode Matching for Ovens 

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I redid the mode matching into the ovens to account for the dispersion of the material affecting the Rayleigh range (like this)

I used Zr = L_crystal / 2 / n

 Scratched in favor of the following:

f=100mm at 0.47 m

f=75mm at 0.758 m

This works well with the current table layout.

taking Zin at PMC to be 371^2*pi/1.064 um

and Zoven to be 1.8*10000/2 um, about 36-37 inches from the PMC

 

I put these mode matching lenses in for the ovens...I realigned the Mach Zehnder with no focusing lenses for the PDs and was able to see fringes on the PD.. I can't find the lab camera and my iPhone died, so no picture.

Without trying very hard, I was able to get fringes with a min of 2.32V and a max of 4.88V on the scope, in green. When I get back from LLO I will be going straight to phase noise spectra.

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