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Modeling Frequency Comb Sources

  • Feng Li , Jinhui Yuan EMAIL logo , Zhe Kang , Qian Li and P. K. A. Wai
From the journal Nanophotonics

Abstract

Frequency comb sources have revolutionized metrology and spectroscopy and found applications in many fields. Stable, low-cost, high-quality frequency comb sources are important to these applications. Modeling of the frequency comb sources will help the understanding of the operation mechanism and optimization of the design of such sources. In this paper,we review the theoretical models used and recent progress of the modeling of frequency comb sources.

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