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Highly-efficient cw blue light generation via first-order quasi-phase-matched frequency-doubling of a diode-pumped 946nm Nd:YAG laser

Pruneri, V., Koch, R., Kazansky, P.G., Clarkson, W.A., Russell, P.St.J. and Hanna, D.C. (1996) Highly-efficient cw blue light generation via first-order quasi-phase-matched frequency-doubling of a diode-pumped 946nm Nd:YAG laser In Advanced Solid State Lasers - Quasi-Phase Matching (1996). vol. 1, Optical Society of America..

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Abstract

49 mW of cw blue light have been generated with a conversion efficiency of 4.6% by first-order quasi-phase-matched frequency doubling of a high-power diode-pumped 946 nm Nd:YAG laser. A sample of periodically poled LiNbO3, with domain reversal period of 4.6 µm and length of 6 mm was used in the experiment. The measured effective nonlinear coefficient of 19 pm/V and the bandwidth of 3 °C for the quasi-phase-matching curve (second harmonic power vs. temperature) are very close to the theoretical limits.

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Published date: 1996
Additional Information: QM4
Venue - Dates: ASSL 96, Mexico, 1996-01-31 - 1996-02-03

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Local EPrints ID: 76922
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/76922
PURE UUID: 8fcedd6e-c65b-4940-aca3-14a5062410a6

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Date deposited: 11 Mar 2010
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 23:36

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Author: V. Pruneri
Author: R. Koch
Author: P.G. Kazansky
Author: W.A. Clarkson
Author: P.St.J. Russell
Author: D.C. Hanna

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