Abstract

A single-frequency, diode-pumped, Er–Yb:glass microchip laser at a 1530-nm wavelength has been designed and operated. An output power of greater than 25 mW, a linewidth narrower than 1 kHz, and a slope efficiency of 22% have been obtained.

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