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Kvantovaya Elektronika, 1977, Volume 4, Number 9, Pages 2049–2052 (Mi qe12837)  

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Dynamics of the emission spectrum of a neodymium-glass traveling-wave sweep laser

S. P. Anokhov, Yu. Yu. Zhupan, V. I. Kravchenko, Yu. D. Opanasyuk, V. V. Tarabrov


Abstract: Time scans of the spectra of the radiation emitted from a neodymium-glass traveling-wave sweep laser revealed periodic stabilization of the emission frequency in the course of tuning of the dispersive laser resonator. This effect was attributed to an increase in the density of a "seed" field at the emission frequency resulting from narrowing of the spectrum in the traveling-wave regime.

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English version:
Soviet Journal of Quantum Electronics, 1977, 7:9, 1176–1179

UDC: 621.373.8.038.825
PACS: 42.55.Rz
Received: 10.12.1976
Revised: 21.02.1977

Citation: S. P. Anokhov, Yu. Yu. Zhupan, V. I. Kravchenko, Yu. D. Opanasyuk, V. V. Tarabrov, “Dynamics of the emission spectrum of a neodymium-glass traveling-wave sweep laser”, Kvantovaya Elektronika, 4:9 (1977), 2049–2052 [Sov J Quantum Electron, 7:9 (1977), 1176–1179]

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