Abstract

A helium–neon laser operating at 633 nm was frequency stabilized on a hyperfine component of 127I2 with saturated absorption. The stability achieved was 2.5 × 10−12 at an averaging time of 400 sec. The frequency was reproducible to 5 × 10−11.

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