Abstract

The use of a tilted solid etalon inside the resonator of a gas laser, for the purpose of obtaining a tunable single mode output from the laser, is described and analyzed. This technique is illustrated by single mode spectra and gain profiles obtained with various argon ion laser transitions.

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