Abstract

The recently developed chalcopyrite CdSiP2 is employed in a picosecond, 90°-phase-matched, synchronously pumped, optical parametric oscillator pumped at 1064nm to produce steady-state idler pulses near 6.4μm with an energy as high as 2.8μJ at 100MHz, in a train of 2-μs-long macropulses following at a repetition rate of 25Hz. Without an intracavity etalon, the 12.6-ps-long micropulses have a spectral width of 240GHz.

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