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Laser linewidth is the finite spectral width related to phase fluctuations in emitted laser light. A lower linewidth implies a purer laser frequency. If a laser’s phase noise is zero, it has a single pure frequency, which is just a line in the frequency domain. Ergun Canoglu, PhD and Director of Sensor Products is interviewed by John Houghton.

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