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Actively stabilised diode pumped Tm : YAIO laser

Cerny, P. and Valentine, G.J. and Burns, D. (2004) Actively stabilised diode pumped Tm : YAIO laser. Electronics Letters, 40 (17). pp. 1061-1063. ISSN 0013-5194

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Abstract

An actively stabilised, continuous-wave, 1.94 mum Tm:YAlO laser is presented. Optoelectronic negative feedback stabilisation is utilised to prevent relaxation-oscillation-driven spiking. The amplitude stability of the laser is found to be very robust against cavity perturbation and parasitic radiation back-reflection, making it attractive for practical applications.