Abstract

A compact, reliable high power deep ultraviolet (UV) source should encounter much use in areas such as next generation ultra high density optical disk mastering, photolithography and material processing. An allsolid-state approach is advantageous for such applications. Nevertheless, previous approaches were either not all-solid-state1 or used a mode-locked source.2,3

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