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|Statement||Vladimir I. Ustugov· editor ; organized by Institute for Laser Physics (Russia) ... [et al.] ; published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.|
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Chapter 6: Nonlinear crystals for solid-state lasers. Abstract: Introduction. Second-order frequency conversion. Nonlinear crystal development. Nonlinear crystals: current status and future trends. Sources of further information and advice. Part II: Solid-state laser systems and their applications. Chapter 7: Principles of Pages: Nonlinear Effects in Microfiber and Microcoil Resonators High-Finesse Microring Resonators for Frequency Conversion and Harmonic Laser Mode Locking Frequency Locking Effects in Solid-State Lasers Collective Dissipative Soliton Dynamics Dissipative Rogue Waves in Laser Cavities Management of Nonlinear Dynamics in a Mode-Locked Laser.
A compact solid-state laser array for nonlinear intracavity frequency conversion into desired wavelengths using periodically poled nonlinear crystals. The crystals contain dopants such as MgO and/or have a specified stoichiometry. A preferred embodiment comprises a microchip laser cavity that includes a solid-state gain chip, such as Nd:YVO 4, which also provides Cited by: 5. This includes, amongst other aspects, gas lasers, excimer lasers, the wide range of solid-state and semiconductor lasers, and femtosecond and other pulsed lasers where particular attention is paid to high-power sources. Subsequent chapters address related topics such as laser modulation and nonlinear frequency conversion.
International Standard Book Number (Hardcover) International Standard Book Number (Hardcover) This book contains information obtained from authentic and highly regarded sources. When extended in wavelength by nonlinear optical frequency converters, solid-state lasers offer the prospect of high peak and average power across a wide wavelength range from the ultraviolet to the infrared. In the sales of solid-state lasers reached $ million. Sales were projected to reach $ million in The fastest-growing.
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This book covers the complete spectrum of nonlinear optics and all solid state book integrates theory, calculations and practical design, technology, experimental schemes and applications. With the expansion and further development of Laser technology, the wavelength spectrum of Lasers had to be enlarged, even to be tunable which.
This book deals with theoretical and experimental aspects of solid-state lasers, including optimum waveguide design of end pumped and diode pumped lasers. Nonlinearity, including the nonlinear conversion, up frequency conversion and chirped pulse oscillators are discussed.
Some new rare-earth-doped lasers, including double borate and halide crystals, and feedback in quantum dot Cited by: 2.
Solid-state lasers which offer multiple desirable qualities, including enhanced reliability, robustness, efficiency and wavelength diversity, are absolutely indispensable for many applications. The Handbook of solid-state lasers reviews the key materials, processes and applications of solid-state lasers across a wide range of fields.
The long upper-state lifetimes makes solid-state lasers very suitable for Q switching: the laser crystal can easily store an amount of energy which, when released in the form of a nanosecond pulse, leads to a peak power which is orders of magnitude above the achievable average power.
Bulk lasers can thus easily achieve millijoule pulse energies and megawatt peak powers. solid-state lasers and nonlinear optical frequency conversion technology Hardcover – January 1, Author: YAO JIAN QUAN?XU DE GANG. Solid-state lasers include all optically pumped lasers in which the gain medium is a solid.
The best-known solid-state lasers are the: a) ruby laser ( nm) (visible region). b) Nd:YAG laser with neodymium-doped yttrium–aluminum garnet matrix ( nm). c) Titanium–sapphire laser (– nm) and other solid-state tunable vibronic lasers. d) rare-earth elements other than.
Get this from a library. Solid state lasers and nonlinear frequency conversion: Laser Optics 30 June-4 JulySt. Petersburg, Russia. [Vladimir I Ustyugov; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.; Institut lazernoĭ fiziki SO RAN.;].
Progress in solid-state laser sources and the nonlinear frequency conversion of lasers has been impressive over the first forty years of their : Robert Byer. The need for and the utility of nonlinear optical frequency conversion is rather obvious due to the fact that solid state lasers can generate output with rather narrow spectral lines and within limited spectral by: 1.
The RP Photonics Buyer's Guide contains 15 suppliers for microchip lasers. Among them: RPMC Lasers. RPMC Lasers offers passively Q-switched microchip lasers that emit high peak power pulses at wavelengths of,and nm.
These lasers are available with picosecond to nanosecond pulse widths and contain an integral photodiode which can serve.
This expanded and updated new edition includes substantial new material on nonlinear frequency conversion and Raman fiber lasers and amplifiers, as well as an expanded list of references inclusive of the recent literature in the field.
in andrespectively. His PhD thesis focused on the development of tunable solid-state lasers Format: Hardcover. This authored monograph is a second edition on fiber lasers and fiber amplifiers. The book contains new material on nonlinear frequency conversion, and raman fiber lasers and amplifiers, as well as on photonics crystal gain fibers and mode-locking : Springer International Publishing.
Intra-Cavity Nonlinear Frequency Conversion with Cr 3+-Colquiriite Solid-State Lasers Unlike other conversion techniques, DFG preserves both phase and amplitude features of. Get this from a library.
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Design and device implementation of diode pumped solid state lasers, nonlinear frequency conversion, Q-switching, mode locking, and pulsed second harmonic generation. The goal of this course is to understand the fundamental issues in designing and building lasers.
This book covers the fundamental aspects of fiber lasers and fiber amplifiers, and includes a wide range of material from laser physics fundamentals to state-of-the-art topics in this rapidly growing field of quantum electronics. This expanded and updated new edition includes substantial new material on nonlinear frequency conversion and.
Intra-Cavity Nonlinear Frequency Conversion with Cr3+-Colquiriite Solid-State Lasers. By H. Maestre, A. Torregrosa and J. Capmany. Submitted: June 7th Reviewed: November 21st Published: February 17th DOI: /Author: H. Maestre, A. Torregrosa, J. Capmany. Covesion Guide to PPLN Principles of nonlinear frequency conversion.
Principles of nonlinear frequency conversion Second order nonlinear processes; Phase Matching; When light travels through a material, it interacts with it on an atomic and molecular level. You can think of these atoms or molecules as arrays of dipoles.
A compact and efficient ultraviolet laser source based on a optically-pumped solid-state or fiber laser that produces near-infrared output light suitable for nonlinear frequency conversion. The infrared laser output is frequency tripled or quadrupled to produce light in the ultraviolet wavelength range ( nm to nm).
The novel technology is the use of highly efficient Cited by:. Nonlinear Optics and Solid State Lasers Book Summary: This book covers the complete spectrum of nonlinear optics and all solid state book integrates theory, calculations and practical design, technology, experimental schemes and applications.
With the expansion and further development of Laser technology, the wavelength spectrum of Lasers had to be. The book describes major approaches for mid-infrared light generation including ion-doped solid-state lasers, fiber lasers, semiconductor lasers, and laser sources based on nonlinear optical frequency conversion, and reviews a range of applications: spectral recognition of molecules and trace gas sensing, biomedical and military applications Author: Konstantin L.
Vodopyanov.A solid-state laser is a laser that uses a gain medium that is a solid, rather than a liquid as in dye lasers or a gas as in gas lasers. Semiconductor -based lasers are also in the solid state, but are generally considered as a separate class from solid-state lasers (see Laser diode).
1 Solid-state media. 4 Current applications and developments.