The frequency shift of the light owing to a cavity length modulation has been observed with the spectroscopy of the 1<i>S</i>–3<i>S</i> two-photon transition in hydrogen. The excitation of this transition occurs at a wavelength of 205 nm. One produces this radiation by frequency doubling a 410-nm radiation in an enhancement ring cavity. The length modulation of this cavity induces frequency shifts and a splitting of the observed 1<i>S</i>–3<i>S</i> line. We obtain a good agreement between the experiment and the theoretical analysis.
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Gaëtan Hagel, François Nez, and Fraçois Biraben, "Analysis and observation, on an atomic resonance, of the frequency shift due to the length modulation of an optical cavity," Appl. Opt. 41, 7702-7706 (2002)