Abstract

The observation of regenerative oscillation in a laser-pumped dye laser is reported. Pulse trains of 1-nsec pulses have been observed from a rhodamine 6G dye laser pumped with a 50-nsec pulse at 5320 Å. The regenerative oscillation is produced by using a novel cavity-flipping technique recently developed. The principle of this technique and experimental results in a dye laser are described.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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