Abstract

According to the geometry optical principles, a high intensity infrared radiation system for medical application is designed. In this system, the infrared optical fiber's output energy density can reach 17 kW/cm2 after being focused, and the diameter of the focus light spot is 0.3 mm. Thus, the system can be widely used in different kinds of medical applications.

© 2005 Chinese Optics Letters

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Z. F. Wu, M. L. Liu, S. J. Zhang, Y. Z. Zhao, and H. B. Li, Infrared and Micro-Optics Technology (in Chinese) (National Defence Industrial Press, Beijing, 1998).

H. Chen, Infrared Physics (in Chinese) (National Defence Industrial Press, Beijing, 1985).

E. F. Zalewski, in Proceedings of the 12th Informal Conference on Photochemistry, A1 (1976).

E. F. Zalewski and M. A. Linda, in Proceedings of the Spring 1976 Symposium, Bureau of Radiological Health (1976).

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