We show experimentally and theoretically that the spectral components of a multioctave frequency comb spontaneously created by stimulated Raman scattering in a hydrogen-filled hollow-core photonic crystal fiber exhibit strong self-coherence and mutual coherence within each 12a ns driving laser pulse. This coherence arises in spite of the field's initiation being from quantum zero-point fluctuations, which causes each spectral component to show large phase and energy fluctuations. This points to the possibility of an optical frequency comb with nonclassical correlations between all comb lines.
Wang, Y., Wu, C., Couny, F., Raymer, M., & Benabid, F. (2010). Quantum-Fluctuation-Initiated Coherence in Multioctave Raman Optical Frequency Combs. Physical Review Letters, 105(12), . https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevLett.105.123603