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Solid state lasers

Laser Optics "98 : 22-26 June 1998, St. Petersburg, Russia

by Laser Optics "98 (1998 Saint Petersburg, Russia)

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Published by SPIE in Bellingham, Wash., USA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Solid-state lasers -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesLaser Optics "98
    StatementVladimir I. Ustyugov, editor ; organized by Institute for Laser Physics, S.I. Vavilov State Optical Institute ... [et al.] ; supported by Ministry of Science and Technical Policy of Russia ... [et al.] ; sponsored by Technische Zentrum Nord (Germany), Thomson-CSF (France), [and] JENOPTIK Technologie GmbH (Germany).
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesSPIE proceedings series ;, v. 3682, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering ;, v. 3682.
    ContributionsUstyugov, Vladimir I., Institut lazernoĭ fiziki SO RAN., Russia (Federation). Ministerstvo nauki i tekhnologiĭ., Technische Zentrum Nord (Germany), Thomson-CSF., Jenoptik AG., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA1705 .L373 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 210 p. :
    Number of Pages210
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL85574M
    ISBN 100819431567
    LC Control Number99192660
    OCLC/WorldCa40722126


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A solid-state laser is a laser that uses a gain medium that is a solid, rather than a liquid as in dye lasers or a gas as in gas lasers. Semiconductor -based lasers are also in the solid state, but are generally considered as a separate class from solid-state lasers (see Laser diode). Despite the rapid progress in semiconductor laser technology, solid-state lasers still play an important role in many fields in science, industry, and daily life.

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you Get direct, fast Tech Support FROM AN ENGINEER. But, in a narrower sense of the term, solid-state lasers are systems whose active medium consists of a transparent solid matrix (e.g. crystal, glass or ceramics) doped by an optically active ion and using optical pumping for excitation.

Research into solid-state lasers has continued for more than 50 years. The most general division based on the first criterion consists of gas lasers, liquid lasers, and solid-state lasers. The materials used in generating laser are explained, these include ruby lasers, molecular gas lasers from the infrared region that include types of CO 2 lasers.

a laser based on the solid-state laser material Ruby. Figure Theodore Maiman with the first Ruby Laser in and a cross sectional view of the first device [4]. The first HeNe-Laser, a gas laser followed in It is a gas laser built by Ali Javan at MIT, with a File Size: KB.

Solid-state dye lasers were introduced in by Soffer and McFarland. In these solid-state lasers, the gain medium is a laser dye-doped organic matrix such as poly, rather than a liquid solution of the dye.

An example is rhodamine 6G-doped PMMA. These lasers are also referred to as solid-state organic lasers and solid-state dye-doped polymer lasers. Organic solid-state narrow-linewidth tunable dye laser. This text explains the mutual influences between the physical and dynamic processes in solids and their lasing properties.

It provides insight into the physics and engineering of solid state lasers by integrating information from several disciplines, including solid state physics, materials science, photophysics, and dynamic processes in solids. For additional reading on solid-state lasers, we can recommend Koechner’s book (Koechner, ), which describes in detail most aspects of solid-state laser technology and engineering.

A deeper view into solid-state active media physics can be found in Powell’s monograph (Powell, ).Cited by: 2. This book reviews the history and the state of the art of random lasers, provides an outline of the basic models describing their behavior, and describes the recent advances in the field.

The major focus of the book is on solid-state random lasers. However, it also briefly describes random lasers based on liquid dyes with scatterers. The company's expertise in solid-state lasers and chemical lasers is unmatched. Multiple development efforts are ongoing for high-power, solid-state lasers in the post-JHPSSL era, the Strategic Illuminator Laser Program (SILL), and our in-house development of Vesta.

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military's Joint High Power Solid State Laser (JHPSSL) program. The long upper-state lifetimes makes solid-state lasers very suitable for Q switching: the laser crystal can easily store an amount of energy which, when released in the form of a nanosecond pulse, leads to a peak power which is orders of magnitude above the achievable average power.

Bulk lasers can thus easily achieve millijoule pulse energies and megawatt peak powers. developments in the field, Solid-State Lasers and Applications focuses on the design and applications of solid-state laser systems. With contributions from leading international experts, the book explores the latest research results and applications of solid-state lasers as well as various laser systems.

Solid-state lasers and systems represent a one-billion dollar industry, and they are the dominant class of lasers for research, industrial, medical, and military applications. Given the importance of solid-state lasers, a graduate text is required that deals explicitly with these devices.

The main part of this chapter contains the description of a solid-state laser system, its pumping and cooling, modes of operation, and emission wavelength control, including a non-linear conversion of radiation.

In the following part, a detailed description of selected solid-state laser types used in medical applications is given. The first solid-state laser was a ruby laser. It is still used in some applications. In this laser, a ruby crystal is used as a laser medium.

In solid-state lasers, light energy is used as pumping source. Light sources such as flashtube, flash lamps, arc lamps, or laser diodes are used to achieve pumping.

Diode-pumped solid-state lasers (DPSSLs) are solid-state lasers made by pumping a solid gain medium, for example, a ruby or a neodymium-doped YAG crystal, with a laser diode.

DPSSLs have advantages in compactness and efficiency over other types, and high power DPSSLs have replaced ion lasers and flashlamp-pumped lasers in many scientific applications, and are now appearing. Materials for laser operation must possess sharp fluorescent lines, strong absorption bands, and a reasonably high quantum efficiency for the fluorescent transition of interest.

These characteristics are generally shown by solids (crystals or glass) that incorporate in small amounts elements in which optical transitions can occur between states Cited by: Comprehensive review papers describe the state of the art of highly doped fiber lasers and amplifiers, deep-ultraviolet generation, and laser welding under vacuum with high-power lasers.

See details - Solid State Lasers Materials, Technologies and Applications by Federico Pirzio P. A solid-state laser was developed on the basis of a highly stable cw narrow-band monolithic YAG laser pumped by semi-conductor diode lasers, a system for shaping a pulse of given duration, and a.

Other Sources of Information on Solid State Lasers Every book that deals with lasers will have some sort of mention at least of ruby and YAG lasers.

However, for detailed technical coverage, the following is highly recommended and is generally considered the reference for anyone interested in solid state lasers: Solid State Laser Engineering.

A new, scalable concept for diode-pumped high-power solid-state lasers is presented. The basic idea of our approach is a very thin laser crystal disc with one face mounted on a heat sink. This allows very high pump power densities without high temperature rises within the crystal. Together with a flat-top pump-beam profile this geometry leads to an almost homogeneous and one Cited by: Semiconductor lasers (laser diodes) are typically not referred to as solid-state lasers.

Neodymium is a common dopant in various solid-state laser crystals, including yttrium orthovanadate (Nd:YVO 4), yttrium lithium fluoride and yttrium aluminium garnet.

All these lasers can produce high powers in the infrared spectrum at nm. Solid State Laser & RHEL. Next up is Solid State Laser - Technology Maturation. It's a much larger kilowatt laser to be mounted on a San Antonio-class ship in.

Nicolas Forget and Thomas Oksenhendler (February 1st ). Pulse Measurement Techniques Using an Acousto-Optic Programmable Dispersive Filter, Advances in Solid State Lasers Development and Applications, Mikhail Grishin, IntechOpen, DOI: / Available from:Author: Nicolas Forget, Thomas Oksenhendler.This allows for the development and design of robust, compact pico- and femtosecond solid state laser sources for scientific and industrial applications.

Citation Download Citation Franz X. Kaertner, Luigi R. Brovelli, Daniel Kopf, Markus Kamp, Irio G. Calasso, and Ursula Keller "Control of solid state laser dynamics by semiconductor Cited by: Solid State Laser •For historical reasons, solid-state lasers are lasers in which active ions in crystal or glass host materials are optically pumped to create a population inversion •Other types of lasers that employ solid-state gain media are semiconductor lasers and optical fiber lasers and Size: 2MB.