Abstract

A second-harmonic nonlinear mirror formed by a LiIO3 frequency doubler and a dichroic output mirror is employed to mode lock the 1.34-μm transition of a pulsed Nd:YAlO3 laser. Pulses of 15-ps duration are reliably generated simultaneously at 1.34 and 0.67 μm.

© 1991 Optical Society of America

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