Blue light generation by frequency doubling of AlGaAs broad area amplifier emission

Goldberg, L.; Busse, L.
March 1992
Applied Physics Letters;3/2/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p1037
Academic Journal
Examines blue light generation by frequency doubling of aluminum gallium arsenide broad area amplifier emission. Increase of the available fundamental power level; Use of a 14 millimeter KNbO[sub 3] crystal; Possibility of replacing the titanium:sapphire seed laser.


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