16 June 1983 Pulse-Broadening Mechanism In Injection Mode-Locked TEA Co2 Lasers
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Proceedings Volume 0369, Max Born Centenary Conf; (1983) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934389
Event: The Max Born Centenary Conference, 1982, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Abstract
To study the pulse-broadening mechanism in an injection mode-locked TEA CO2 laser oscillator, a train of Gaussian pulses with variable widths were injected in the slave-oscillator. Theoretical analyses and experimental data are presented of the AM mode-locked master-oscillator with an additional c.w. low-pressure gain cell in the cavity and of the broadening mechanism on the injected pulse in the slave-oscillator. Injection mode-locking is now a commonly used method for generating high-energy nanosecond pulses. Due to the absence of inserted modulators, which have in general relatively low damage thresholds and small apertures, this technique allows the generation of high-power short pulses.
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F. A. van Goor, F. A. van Goor, } "Pulse-Broadening Mechanism In Injection Mode-Locked TEA Co2 Lasers", Proc. SPIE 0369, Max Born Centenary Conf, (16 June 1983); doi: 10.1117/12.934389; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.934389
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