Abstract

Stable synchronous pumping of a Rh6G–DODCI femtosecond dye laser by a frequency-doubled continuously mode-locked Nd:YAG laser is achieved. A group-velocity-compensated linear cavity terminates in an antiresonant ring containing a saturable absorber. Critical variations of pulse characteristics with cavity-length detuning are avoided by an active stabilization of the cavity length. As the error signal, we use the variation of the dye-laser’s central wavelength with the cavity mismatch.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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