Injection locking of a self-mode locking CuBr laser

Jihong Geng; Yanqing Wu; Guiyan Zhang; Xiudong Song; Fucheng Lin
February 1994
Applied Physics Letters;2/7/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p692
Academic Journal
Demonstrates first injection locking of self-mode locking copper bromide (CuBr) laser. Extraction of energy from slave laser; Efficiency of injection locking for high power laser radiation; Stability of short pulse CuBr laser.


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