1 June 2004 Single-frequency blue light source based on optically injected diode lasers
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Optical Engineering, 43(6), (2004). doi:10.1117/1.1731175
Abstract
We describe a diode-laser-based system capable of generating >50 mW of single-frequency radiation near 425 nm. An alternative extended cavity diode laser injection seeds a semiconductor amplifier, whose output is frequency doubled by a nonlinear crystal placed in a power enhancement cavity. This system is particularly well suited for high-resolution spectroscopy in the blue region, and for laser cooling and trapping of calcium atoms.
Daniela de A. Manoel, David S.L. Figueira, Daniel Pereira, Flavio C. Cruz, "Single-frequency blue light source based on optically injected diode lasers," Optical Engineering 43(6), (1 June 2004). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.1731175
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Optical amplifiers

Semiconductor lasers

Semiconductors

Crystals

Laser optics

Light sources

Calcium

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