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Stable two-mode operation of a unidirectional ring laser via controlled spatial hole-burning

Stable two-mode operation of a unidirectional ring laser via controlled spatial hole-burning
Stable two-mode operation of a unidirectional ring laser via controlled spatial hole-burning
Unidirectional ring lasers are commonly used to eliminate spatial hole-burning in the gain medium and hence allow single-axiaimode operation of the laser. A number of applications require two (or more) laser outputs, each of which comprises a single frequency, i.e., not accompanied by adjacent modes, and which are stable in frequency and amplitude. Here we report a technique for achieving this, either cw or Q-switched, in a unidirectional ring laser. The technique is based on the presence of a small degree of beam overlap in the gain region of the laser.
Clarkson, W.A.
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Hanna, D.C.
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Kane, D.M.
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Neilson, A.B.
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Martin, K.I.
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Clarkson, W.A.
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Hanna, D.C.
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Kane, D.M.
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Neilson, A.B.
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Martin, K.I.
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Clarkson, W.A., Hanna, D.C., Kane, D.M., Neilson, A.B. and Martin, K.I. (1993) Stable two-mode operation of a unidirectional ring laser via controlled spatial hole-burning. CLEO '93: Conference on Lasers & Electro-Optics, United States. 02 - 07 May 1993.

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Abstract

Unidirectional ring lasers are commonly used to eliminate spatial hole-burning in the gain medium and hence allow single-axiaimode operation of the laser. A number of applications require two (or more) laser outputs, each of which comprises a single frequency, i.e., not accompanied by adjacent modes, and which are stable in frequency and amplitude. Here we report a technique for achieving this, either cw or Q-switched, in a unidirectional ring laser. The technique is based on the presence of a small degree of beam overlap in the gain region of the laser.

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Published date: 1993
Venue - Dates: CLEO '93: Conference on Lasers & Electro-Optics, United States, 1993-05-02 - 1993-05-07

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/441578
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