1 June 1992 Three-mirror cavity with phase anisotropy for control of laser beam characteristics
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Abstract
A detailed analysis of the three-mirror phase-anisotropic cavity was made to determine if it can be used in two-mode gas lasers for high resolution spectroscopy. Both power and spectral characteristics of the two-mode three-mirror CO2 laser were studied. Laser power and frequency resonances as narrow as 40 kHz with amplitudes of 10 mW and 13 kHz respectively, were obtained in the case of a CO2/SF6 laser with the cavity type described above.
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Vadim Yu. Kurochkin, Vadim Yu. Kurochkin, Victor N. Petrovsky, Victor N. Petrovsky, Evgeniy D. Protsenko, Evgeniy D. Protsenko, Alexander N. Rurukin, Alexander N. Rurukin, } "Three-mirror cavity with phase anisotropy for control of laser beam characteristics", Proc. SPIE 1625, Design, Modeling, and Control of Laser Beam Optics, (1 June 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.58948; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.58948
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