Abstract

This paper presents experimental results on the formation of given laser modes from an illuminating Gaussian beam of the terahertz Novosibirsk free electron laser at a wavelength of 141 μm. Binary silicon diffractive optical elements were applied. The experimental results obtained are in good agreement with the results of computer simulation.

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