1 November 1999 Red, blue, and green laser-light generation from the NYAB nonlinear crystal
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Abstract
Continuous wave red, green, and blue laser light are generated under IR-pumping crystals of Nd3+:YAl3(BO3)4 by a Ti:sapphire laser. The red (669-nm) and green (532-nm) radiations are obtained by self-frequency doubling of the fundamental laser lines at 1338 nm (4F3/2?4/13/2 channel) and 1062 nm (4F3/2?4/11/2 channel), respectively. Blue laser radiation (458 nm) is achieved by self-sum-frequency mixing of the main laser line at 1062 nm and the pumping radiation at 807 nm. The main spectroscopic and nonlinear properties of this crystal are included. In addition, a simple model devoted to optimizing the blue radiation is provided.
Daniel Jaque Garcia, Daniel Jaque Garcia, Juan Capmany, Juan Capmany, Jose Garcia Sole, Jose Garcia Sole, } "Red, blue, and green laser-light generation from the NYAB nonlinear crystal," Optical Engineering 38(11), (1 November 1999). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.602298 . Submission:
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