Efficient parametric generation of high-power coherent picosecond pulses in lithium borate

Krause, H.-J.; Daum, W.
May 1992
Applied Physics Letters;5/4/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 18, p2180
Academic Journal
Examines the efficiency of lithium borate crystals as optical parametric generator and amplifier of tunable, high-power picosecond pulses. Performance of the pump-to-signal conversion in a device with a wide tuning range; Influence of the pump intensity on the bandwidth of the tunable output; Determination of the duration of signal and idler pulses.


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