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14 April 2000 Three-color laser for pulse holography
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Proceedings Volume 3929, Solid State Lasers IX; (2000)
Event: Symposium on High-Power Lasers and Applications, 2000, San Jose, CA, United States
Development of a three-color solid-state laser on phosphate neodymium glass for pulse holography is offered in the present paper. The laser has been assembled under the multicascade scheme with a single master oscillator. The powerful infra-red radiation on an output of such system has been frequency converted into green, dark blue and red radiation due to processes of the second harmonic and third harmonic generation of a neodymium laser radiation and generation of first anti-Stokes component of the Simulated Raman scattering respectively and has been divided into three various beams of different color. Varying the conditions of realization of above processes, it is possible to redistribute the radiation energy of the system between beams of various colors over a wide range. The energy of each beam will be sufficient for exposition of a photomaterial of the appropriate spectral sensitivity, and the joint influence of beams will make possible to obtain color pulse holograms and, in particular, color holographic portraits.
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Valery A. Kim, Ildar A. Begishev, Vyacheslav I. Redkorechev, and Timurbek Usmanov "Three-color laser for pulse holography", Proc. SPIE 3929, Solid State Lasers IX, (14 April 2000);


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