Recently developed superbroadband solid-state laser (SSSL) with LiF:F2 color-center active element was reported to provide two types of laser radiation: simultaneous superbroadband laser radiation in the spectral region 1100-1250 nm as well as multifrequency or spectral control laser light.1,2 In this report the temporal, spatial, and spectral features of a SSSL oscillation will be discussed. The analysis of simultaneous SHG in different nonlinear crystals for multicolor from green till red spectral range 550-620 nm will be presented.

© 1996 Optical Society of America

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