We considered the frequency characteristics of the active medium in two modes: at a constant energy in the excitation pulse CU2 / 2 and at a constant average power consumed by the rectifier. In the presented work with a small-volume GRT using the TASITR-5/12 TASITRON switch, a laser was generated for Pairs of strontium at a CSF of 200 kHz. The behavior of the characteristics of the generation lines of 6.456 μm, ~ 1 μm, and ~ 3 μm at increased repetition frequencies is considered. Using the example of large-volume GRT, it is shown that tubes with a large active volume increase their energy characteristics with the growth of the CSF. The possibility of laser operation at pulse repetition rates above 200 kHz is shown.
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A. Hvorostovsky, E. Kolmakov, I. Kudashev, D. Redka, A. Kancer, M. Kustikova, E. Bykovskaya, A. Mayurova, A. Stupnikov, J. Ruzankina, K. Tsvetkov, N. Lukyanov, N. Paklinov, "High-frequency strontium vapor laser for biomedical applications," Proc. SPIE 10511, Solid State Lasers XXVII: Technology and Devices, 105112H (19 February 2018);