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Title: Simulation of Tunable Cr:YSO Q-switched Cr:LiSAF Laser
Authors: Chen, Hsiu-Fen;Hsieh, Shang-Wei;Kuo, Yen-Kuang
Contributors: 物理學系
Keywords: Cr:LiSAF laser;Cr:YSO saturable absorber;Passive Q-switching;Numerical simulation
Date: 2005-01
Issue Date: 2012-07-19T01:50:01Z
Publisher: SPIE--The International Society for Optical Engineering
Abstract: In this work, we numerically investigate the passive Q-switching performance of the tunable Cr:YSO Q-switched Cr:LiSAF laser over its entire tuning range. Specifically, the optical performance of the Cr:YSO Q-switched Cr:LiSAF laser as functions of the initial population in the ground state of the Cr:YSO saturable absorber, the pumping rate, the reflectivity of the output coupler, and the dissipative loss inside the laser cavity are studied. Simulation results show that the Cr:YSO is an effective saturable absorber Q switch for the Cr:LiSAF laser over its entire tuning range. Unlike the Cr:YSO Q-switched alexandrite laser and the Cr:YSO Q-switched Cr:LiCAF laser, the Cr:YSO Q-switched Cr:LiSAF laser has similar passive Q-switching performance when the laser polarization is along each of the three principal axes of the Cr:YSO. The results obtained numerically in this work are in good agreement with those obtained experimentally by other researchers. Our simulation results indicate that, a Q-switched laser pulse with an output energy of 10 mJ and apulse width of 17 ns may be obtained at 850 nm, the peak of its tuning spectrum.
Relation: Proceedings of SPIE, 5627: 488-498 (High-Power Lasers and Applications III)
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