Abstract

We report 6.5 W of TEM00 cw 532-nm radiation generated by external resonant doubling in a LiB3O5 crystal. An 18-W, cw, injection-locked single-frequency Nd:YAG laser was used to generate 532-nm second-harmonic output with a 3-dB heterodyne linewidth of 15 kHz.

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