Abstract

We present a theoretical study of a multilongitudinal-mode laser with an intracavity-doubling crystal. The longitudinal modes are coupled to one another through frequency-doubling processes (because of the crystal) and through sum-frequency processes (because of the laser cavity). This leads to a mode–mode competition that significantly alters the nature of the output solutions.

© 1987 Optical Society of America

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