Abstract

We demonstrate a high-power red-green-blue laser source based on the quasi-phase-matching and intermittent oscillating dual-wavelength laser technique. A cascaded LiTaO3 superlattice was used to achieve the generation of red light at 660nm, green light at 532nm, and blue light at 440nm to obtain the output of red-green-blue laser light from a diode-side-pumped Q-switched intermittent oscillating dual-wavelength Nd:YAG laser. The average output power of red-green-blue of 1.01W was achieved under the total fundamental power of 5.1W, which corresponds to the conversion efficiency of 20%.

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