A general fluctuational analysis of a single-tuned parametric system has been carried out in an operating mode with multiplication and division of the frequency by two. Expressions are derived for the short-term frequency instability which is associated with natural and engineering noises of the system.
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The authors thank A. N. Malakhov for discussing the work and for his valuable comments.
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Muzychuk, O.V., Shepelevich, L.G. The frequency stability of single-tuned parametric systems. Radiophys Quantum Electron 15, 424–432 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02210734
- Parametric System
- Operating Mode
- Quantum Electronics
- Nonlinear Optic
- Frequency Instability