Zero transmission narrow band laser mirror using a waveguide grating under normal incidence

Abstract : A resonant grating mirror comprizing a multilayer submirror and a grating waveguide submirror exhibiting constructive mutual reflection is shown experimentally to provide zero transmission at resonance. Its reflection line width of less than 2 nm, its polarization selectivity and low overall loss make the device useable as a longitudinal mode filter in a disk laser in the 1000-1100 nm wavelength range
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Nikolai Lyndin, Nathalie Destouches, Tina Clausnitzer, Svetlen Tonchev, Olivier Parriaux. Zero transmission narrow band laser mirror using a waveguide grating under normal incidence. ECIO 2007, Apr 2007, Copenhague, Denmark. pp.WH3. ⟨ujm-00146745⟩

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