Lasers Chapter 13 - Lasers PH 645/ OSE 645/ EE 613 Summer...

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Lasers PH 645/ OSE 645/ EE 613 Summer 2010 Section 1: T/Th 2:45- 4:45 PM Engineering Building 240 John D. Williams, Ph.D. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 406 Optics Building - UAHuntsville, Huntsville, AL 35899 Ph. (256) 824-2898 email: williams@eng.uah.edu Office Hours: Tues/Thurs 2-3PM JDW, ECE Summer 2010
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Chapter 13: Special Laser Cavities and Cavity Effects Unstable resonators Q-switching Gain switching Mode locking Pulse shortening techniques Ring lasers Complex beam parameter analysis for multi-mirror cavities Cavities for producing spectral narrowing of laser output Laser cavities requiring small diameter gain regions Waveguide cavities for gas lasers Cambridge University Press, 2004 ISBN-13: 9780521541053 All figures presented from this point on were taken directly from (unless otherwise cited): W.T. Silfvast, laser Fundamentals 2 nd ed., Cambridge University Press, 2004. Chapter 13 Homework:: none
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Usable Unstable Cavity Design
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Usable Unstable Cavity Design Stability condition
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