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|Title:||Stable, single frequency Er:YAG lasers at 1.6 micrometres|
|Citation:||IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics, 2010; 46(7):1039-1042|
|Publisher:||IEEE-Inst Electrical Electronics Engineers Inc|
|Nick Wei-Han Chang, David J. Hosken, Jesper Munch, David Ottaway, and Peter J. Veitch|
|Abstract:||Stable, single frequency lasers in the eye-safe band are essential for coherent remote sensing. We describe an Er:YAGlaser that is resonantly pumped using diode lasers, and produces a polarized, single frequency, diffraction limited beam at 1645 nm with a frequency stability suitable for single-shot velocity measurements with a precision 0.1 ms-1.|
|Keywords:||Er:YAG laser; resonant pumping; single frequency; stable|
|Rights:||© 2010 IEEE|
|Appears in Collections:||IPAS publications|
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