High UV average power at 15 kHz by frequency doubling of a copper HyBrID vapor laser in Β-barium borate

Abstract : Second harmonic generation of a copper HyBrID laser oscillator was performed at 15 kHz. 5.1WUV (255 nm) total average power at 15 kHz were generated in two b-barium borate (BBO) crystals by frequency doubling of two 511 nm beams from a single unpolarized HyBrID copper vapor laser. The beam quality factors of the UV emission are found to be M2 X ¼ 30 2 and M2 Y ¼ 24 2. These two UV beams, combined at the focal point of a focusing objective, may enable high repetition rate UV laser processing.
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Nicolas Huot, Christian Jonin, Nicolas Sanner, Emmanuel Baubeau, Eric Audouard, et al.. High UV average power at 15 kHz by frequency doubling of a copper HyBrID vapor laser in Β-barium borate. Optics Communications, Elsevier, 2002, 211, pp.277-282. ⟨ujm-00118113⟩

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