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A comparative study of the laser performance of diode-laser pumped Nd:GdVO4 and Nd:YVO4 crystals

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A comparative study of Nd:GdVO4 and Nd:YVO4 crystal lasers pumped by a cw diode laser has been conducted at the fundamental wavelengths of 1.06 µm and 1.34 µm, as well as when intracavity frequency-doubled to 532 nm and 670 nm, respectively. At these four wavelengths, maximum output powers from the Nd:GdVO4 crystal laser were 1.27 W, 800 mW, 610 mW, and 82 mW at a diode-launched pump power of 2.9 W. The threshold pump powers were 64 mW, 159 mW, 5 mW, and 12 mW, respectively. All the results obtained from Nd:GdVO4 were superior to those of Nd:YVO4, indicating that Nd:GdVO4 is a more efficient laser crystal than Nd:YVO4 for diode-pumped solid-state lasers.

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Wang, C.Q., Chow, Y.T., Reekie, L., Gambling, W.A., Zhang, H.J., Zhu, L. and Meng, X.L. (2000) A comparative study of the laser performance of diode-laser pumped Nd:GdVO4 and Nd:YVO4 crystals Applied Physics B: Lasers and Optics, 70, (6), pp. 769-772. (doi:10.1007/s003400050006).

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Published date: 2000

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Local EPrints ID: 13639
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/13639
ISSN: 0946-2171
PURE UUID: 868dec08-1ab8-42b7-96a6-1746496d1fb2

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Date deposited: 07 Jan 2005
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:01

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Author: C.Q. Wang
Author: Y.T. Chow
Author: L. Reekie
Author: W.A. Gambling
Author: H.J. Zhang
Author: L. Zhu
Author: X.L. Meng

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