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Thermal modeling for mode-size estimation in microlasers with application to linear arrays in Nd:YAG and Tm,Ho:YLF

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2 Author(s)
Harrison, J. ; Schwartz Electro-Opt. Inc., Concord, MA, USA ; Martinsen, R.

Microlasers consisting of monolithic, Fabry-Perot resonators are known to rely on pump-induced thermal guiding to generate diffraction-limited beams. Finite-element analysis has been applied to the problem of modeling thermal effects in diode-laser-pumped microlasers for the purpose of predicting near-field patterns, local temperatures, and fracture margins. Estimates of the fundamental-mode radii in Nd:YAG and Tm,Ho:YLF linear microlaser arrays are compared to experimental data

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Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of  (Volume:30 ,  Issue: 11 )