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Intracavity Raman conversion of a red semiconductor disk laser using diamond

Schlosser, Peter J. and Parrotta, Daniele C. and Savitski, Vasili G. and Kemp, Alan J. and Hastie, Jennifer E. (2015) Intracavity Raman conversion of a red semiconductor disk laser using diamond. Optics Express, 23 (7). pp. 8454-8461. ISSN 1094-4087

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Abstract

We demonstrate a diamond Raman laser intracavity-pumped by a red semiconductor disk laser (~675 nm) for laser emission at around 740 nm. Output power up to 82 mW of the Stokes-shifted field was achieved, limited by the available pump power, with an output coupling of 1.5%. We also report wavelength tuning of the diamond Raman laser over 736 - 750 nm.