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Wavelength tuning of a solid-state laser with a tilting mems micromirror

Paterson, Alan and Bauer, Ralf and Li, Ran and Lubeigt, Walter and Uttamchandani, Deepak (2016) Wavelength tuning of a solid-state laser with a tilting mems micromirror. In: 2016 International Conference on Optical Mems and Nanophotonics (OMN). IEEE. ISBN 9781509010356

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Abstract

Wavelength tuning of a Yb:KGW solid-state laser is presented using an electrothermally actuated micromirror and a diffraction grating or dispersing prism. 27 nm and 7.5 nm tuning ranges are achieved using extracavity and intracavity configurations respectively.