New Developments in CW Dye Lasers
A dedicated effort at Coherent has resulted in improving the usefulness and performance of the singlefrequency dye laser. This work has led to development of a computer-controlled wavemeter dye laser system which expands user control and tunability of a dye laser. The second area of development has led to an increased tuning range of this laser system through intracavity frequency doubling.
KeywordsSecond Harmonic Generation Laser Frequency Ring Laser Phase Match Angle Reference Cavity
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