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11 September 2020 Multiple pulse picosecond laser induced damage threshold on hybrid mirrors
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So-called hybrid mirrors consists of broadband metallic surface coated with high reflection dielectric multilayer designed for specific wavelength. Such reflectors become more important with progressing development of multiband laser sources realized using parametric down conversion system, in particular for ultrashort-pulsed sources. Multiple pulse picosecond laser induced damage on such mirrors, tested by s-on-1 ISO-compliant method, is important part in development of such components, as there is a need in feedback predicating performance of novel designs. In following paper, we examine laser damage performance of several different designs of silver protected mirrors equipped with HR coating at 1030 nm.
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Jan Vanda, Mihai Muresan, Pavel Cech, Martin Mydlár, Katerina Pilna, Jan Brajer, Antonio Lucianetti, Tomas Mocek, Stepan Uxa, and Václav Skoda "Multiple pulse picosecond laser induced damage threshold on hybrid mirrors", Proc. SPIE 11514, Laser-induced Damage in Optical Materials 2020, 115141C (11 September 2020);

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