Abstract

We experimentally demonstrate four-wave-mixing (FWM) spectroscopy using frequency combs. The experiment uses a geometry where excitation pulses and FWM signals generated by a sample co-propagate. We separate them in the radio frequency domain by heterodyne detection with a local oscillator comb that has a different repetition frequency.

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