Abstract

A dual synchronously pumped and synchronously amplified dye-laser system has been constructed and tested. A regenerative amplifier is used as the amplification source. An amplification factor of 6 × 104 is reached in each of two synchronously pumped dye-laser output beams. Thus, the total incident beam intensity available for two-photon nonlinear excitations reaches an amplification of the order of 4 × 109 times that available from unamplified laser beams.

© 1988 Optical Society of America

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