1 January 1998 Optical phase-shifted array resonator used in radio-frequency-excited slab waveguide CO2 lasers
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Abstract
An optical resonator with a phase-shifting array end mirror is presented to obtain an output beam of spatially suppressed far-field intensity distribution from a CO2 laser with a slab waveguide gain medium. A highly spatially suppressed single-peak intensity distribution in the far field and a power of 46 W have been obtained from a 200-mm-gainlength device.
Xiaojun T. Tang, Xiaojun T. Tang, Jianguo Xin, Jianguo Xin, Vladimir N. Ochkin, Vladimir N. Ochkin, } "Optical phase-shifted array resonator used in radio-frequency-excited slab waveguide CO2 lasers," Optical Engineering 37(1), (1 January 1998). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.601613 . Submission:
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