|Title:||A cryogenically cooled Nd:YAG monolithic laser for efficient dual-wavelength operation at 1061 and 1064 nm|
|Authors:||Cho, C. Y.|
Tuan, P. H.
Yu, Y. T.
Huang, K. F.
Chen, Y. F.
Department of Electrophysics
|Abstract:||We experimentally explore the fluorescence spectra of the Nd:YAG (YAG: yttrium aluminum garnet) crystal at cryogenic temperatures to confirm the feasibility of dual-wavelength operation at 1061 and 1064 nm. Furthermore, a cryogenically cooled Nd:YAG crystal with coating to form a monolithic cavity is employed to investigate the performance of the dual-wavelength operation. At an incident pump power of 20 W, the output powers for each wavelength can simultaneously reach 6.0 W at the optimally balanced temperature of 152 K. The optimal temperature for balancing the output powers of the two wavelengths is experimentally determined as a function of the incident pump power intensity.|
|Journal:||LASER PHYSICS LETTERS|
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