Theoretical Analysis of a Time-Synchronized and Frequency Tunable Picosecond Double Pulse Branched Nd:Glass Laser

Alfons Penzkofer, J. Furthner
1994
The laser performance of a time-synchronized double-pulse picosecond laser system is studied theoretically by numerical simulations. The arrangement consists of an Nd: silicate glass branch, an Nd: phosphate glass branch, and a common antiresonant ring. Temporal synchronization is achieved by electrooptic Q-switching, acoustooptic loss modulation, and saturable absorber bleaching (mutual master-slave coupling).
doi:10.5283/epub.3930 fatcat:q6oaho6tu5dxvkp26as7fttaem