Abstract

A diode-pumped single Nd:YOS rod laser is operated at 110 Hz with 830-mJ free-lase pulses and 380-mJ, 13-ns (FWHM) Q-switched pulses. External doubling with an 8-mm-long KTP crystal results in 24 W at 0.537 μm after thermalization.

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