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Power-scaling concepts for solid-state lasers: crystal versus fiber

Power-scaling concepts for solid-state lasers: crystal versus fiber
Power-scaling concepts for solid-state lasers: crystal versus fiber
Scaling of laser power and brightness to meet the needs of ever-demanding applications is an activity which continues to preoccupy many within the laser community. In this tutorial, I will review recent progress in the development of power scaling strategies for crystal and fiber lasers, and will discuss their relative merits. In addition, I will also describe some alternative approaches for power scaling which combine the advantages of fiber and bulk lasers in the form of a hybrid laser.
Clarkson, W.A.
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Clarkson, W.A.
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Clarkson, W.A. (2003) Power-scaling concepts for solid-state lasers: crystal versus fiber. Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics: CLEO, , Baltimore MD, United States. 01 - 06 Jun 2003.

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Scaling of laser power and brightness to meet the needs of ever-demanding applications is an activity which continues to preoccupy many within the laser community. In this tutorial, I will review recent progress in the development of power scaling strategies for crystal and fiber lasers, and will discuss their relative merits. In addition, I will also describe some alternative approaches for power scaling which combine the advantages of fiber and bulk lasers in the form of a hybrid laser.

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Published date: June 2003
Venue - Dates: Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics: CLEO, , Baltimore MD, United States, 2003-06-01 - 2003-06-06

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