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Two-micron semiconductor disk lasers achieve higher powers

Rattunde, M. and Rosener, B. and Schulz, N. and Manz, C. and Hopkins, J.M. and Burns, D. and Wagner, J. (2008) Two-micron semiconductor disk lasers achieve higher powers. SPIE Newsroom. ISSN 1818-2259

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Abstract

High-quality semiconductor disk lasers at wavelengths above 2µm promise new applications as they produce powers as high as 5W.