Abstract

The barium vapor laser (BVL) is a high duty cycle (~10-kHz) pulsed source with the potential to generate high average powers (>10 W) at high efficiencies (>0.5%) in the near IR spectral region of interest for a variety of remote sensing applications.1,2

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