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1 April 1991 Solid state lasers with passive mode-locking and negative feedback for picosecond spectroscopy
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Proceedings Volume 1402, USSR-CSFR Joint Seminar on Nonlinear Optics in Control, Diagnostics, and Modeling of Biophysical Processes; (1991) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.47491
Event: USSR-CSFR Joint Seminar on Nonlinear Optics in Control, Diagnostics and Modeling, 1990, Koshice-Prague, Czechoslovakia
Abstract
The short review concerning the results on development of the new pico- and subpicosecond laser sources of high stability for ultrafa. st spectroscopy is presentedYassive mode-locked Y3A15015:Nd YA1O3:Nd Lo2Be2O5:Nd and Nd:glass lasers with negative feedback (NFB) are analysed in detail. Inserting NFB in flash pumped mode-locked solid state lasers ensured the energy and pulse width stability on the level of 1. Subpicosecond pulse as short as 600 fs width is generated in Nd:glass laser by NFB cOntrol for the first time. Possibility to reach 10 mJ level by regenerative amplification of stretched ultrashort pulses is demonstrated. Comparison of adequate amplification methods is carried out.
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R. Danelius, Rimantas Grigonis, Algis S. Piskarskas, D. Podenas, and Valdas Sirutkaitis "Solid state lasers with passive mode-locking and negative feedback for picosecond spectroscopy", Proc. SPIE 1402, USSR-CSFR Joint Seminar on Nonlinear Optics in Control, Diagnostics, and Modeling of Biophysical Processes, (1 April 1991); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.47491
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