Abstract

The two-dimensional angular filter based on volume Bragg gratings in photothermorefractive glass for a nanosecond (ns) laser pulse is demonstrated. The experimental results show that the near-field beam quality of the laser pulse was effectively improved. The near-field modulation and contrast ratio were improved by 1.75 and 4.48 times, respectively. The power spectral density curves showed that the spatial frequencies more than 0.9 mm−1 in the x direction and 1.2 mm−1 in the y direction were effectively suppressed.

© 2019 Chinese Laser Press

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