Abstract

Continuous-wave mode-locked operation of a 2-μm Tm: YAG laser is demonstrated. Stable, transform-limited pulses of 35-ps duration have been generated at a repetition rate of 300 MHz, with an average output power of 70 mW

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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