Pump wavelength tuning of optical parametric oscillations and frequency mixing in KTiOAsO[sub 4]

Jani, Mahendra G.; Murray, James T.
May 1992
Applied Physics Letters;5/11/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 19, p2327
Academic Journal
Investigates the properties of alexandrite laser-pumped optical parametric oscillators for potassium titanyl arsenate. Measurement of tuning curves and slope efficiencies as functions of pump wavelength and power; Discussion on the frequency mixing of red and infrared wavelengths for green emission production; Application of the double resonant oscillator.


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