YAG is redefined through the diode-pumped disk laser

Havrilla, David
August 2005
Laser Focus World;Aug2005, Vol. 41 Issue 8, p102
Focuses on the means of disk laser technology to solve the limitations of beam quality and fiber length inherent in rod-style lasers. Ability of diode-pumped disk laser to dissipate heat from the lasing medium; Comparison between disk and diode-pumped lasers; Advantages of beam quality.


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