1 December 2002 Tunable and frequency stabilized CO2 waveguide laser
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Abstract
The optogalvanic effect (OGE) of CO2 waveguide lasers and CO2 lasers stabilized by the OGE and tuned by the compound cavity are investigated. The laser operates at 60 emission lines and the maximum single line power is 8 W. The stability of the laser in long-term operation is better than 0.8%.
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Yangwu Ma, Yangwu Ma, Di Liang, Di Liang, } "Tunable and frequency stabilized CO2 waveguide laser," Optical Engineering 41(12), (1 December 2002). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.1518033 . Submission:
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