Last week was a rather application-oriented week. Two results on Kerr frequency combs for laser ranging published in Science, back-to-back and a very brief comment by the editor:
- Trocha, P. et al. Ultrafast optical ranging using microresonator soliton frequency combs. Science 359, 887–891 (2018).
- Suh, M.-G. & Vahala, K. J. Soliton microcomb range measurement. Science 359, 884–887 (2018).
- Osborne, I. S. Miniaturized optical ranging and tracking. Science 359, 880–881 (2018).
And here is the [download id=”663″] for the two publications. Further below two more publications related to microresonator platforms frequently employed for Kerr frequency comb generation. One from two weeks ago, one from last week.
- Liu, G. et al. Low-loss prism-waveguide optical coupling for ultrahigh-Q low-index monolithic resonators. Optica, OPTICA 5, 219–226 (2018).
- Pfeiffer, M. H. P. et al. Probing the loss origins of ultra-smooth S3N4 integrated photonic waveguides. arXiv:1802.08315 [physics] (2018).
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