CW dual-frequency MOPA laser with frequency separation of 45 GHz
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MICROCHIP LASER; MU-M; GENERATION; CAVITY; STABILIZATION; SIGNALS; SINGLE; Optics
A CW dual-frequency master oscillator power amplifier (MOPA) laser system with dozens of gigahertz (GHz) frequency separation is presented. The MOPA system consists of a monolithic microchip seed laser and a double-end pumped traveling wave power amplifier. The short length of seed laser cavity guarantees the seed signal with a large frequency separation (above 53 GHz) but low output power (below 247.8 mW). By adding a long and low-doped active medium laser amplifier stage, a significant increase in laser power and an improvement in beam quality are obtained. After fine temperature tuning of seed laser cavity for "spectra matching", a 2.40 W dual-frequency laser signal with 45 GHz frequency separation is achieved. (C) 2015 Optical Society of America
"CW dual-frequency MOPA laser with frequency separation of 45 GHz" (2015). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 6578.