Wm Randall Babbitt

Physics Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 
Optics Physics, Atomic Physics, General Physics
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Thomas William Mossberg grad student 1987 Harvard
 (The Response of Inhomogeneously Broadened Optical Absorbers to Temporally Complex Light Pulses.)
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Babbitt WR, Barber ZW, Renner C. (2011) Compressive laser ranging. Optics Letters. 36: 4794-6
Barber ZW, Renner C, Reibel RR, et al. (2010) Conditions for highly efficient anti-Stokes conversion in gas-filled hollow core waveguides. Optics Express. 18: 7131-7
Barber ZW, Babbitt WR, Kaylor B, et al. (2010) Accuracy of active chirp linearization for broadband frequency modulated continuous wave ladar. Applied Optics. 49: 213-9
Roos PA, Reibel RR, Berg T, et al. (2009) Ultrabroadband optical chirp linearization for precision metrology applications. Optics Letters. 34: 3692-4
Reibel RR, Harrington C, Dahl J, et al. (2009) Demonstrations of analog-to-digital conversion using a frequency domain stretched processor. Optics Express. 17: 11281-6
Chang T, Tian M, Mohan RK, et al. (2005) Recovery of spectral features readout with frequency-chirped laser fields. Optics Letters. 30: 1129-31
Babbitt WR, Mossberg TW. (1995) Spatial routing of optical beams through time-domain spatial-spectral filtering. Optics Letters. 20: 910-2
Babbitt WR, Lezama A, Mossberg TW. (1989) Optical dephasing, hyperfine structure, and hyperfine relaxation associated with the 580.8-nm 7F0-5D0 transition of europium in Eu3+:Y2O3. Physical Review. B, Condensed Matter. 39: 1987-1992
Bai YS, Babbitt WR, Mossberg TW. (1986) Coherent transient optical pulse-shape storage/recall using frequency-swept excitation pulses. Optics Letters. 11: 724-6
Babbitt WR, Mossberg TW. (1986) Mixed binary multiplication of optical signals by convolution in an inhomogeneously broadened absorber. Applied Optics. 25: 962
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