Abstract

A technique has been developed for eliminating the phase sensitivity in interferometric measurements. It is phase modulation of the signal and double phase sensitive detection. It overcomes the based on sawtooth due to background transmission that have been recognized by us in a previously proposed method restrictions based on rms detection. This paper focuses on its use in time resolved stimulated Raman gain measurements.

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