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~1400-nm continuous-wave diamond Raman laser intracavity-pumped by an InGaAs semiconductor disk laser

Casula, R. and Parrotta, D. C. and Kemp, A. J. and Penttinen, J.-P. and Leinonen, T. and Guina, M. and Hastie, J. E. (2016) ~1400-nm continuous-wave diamond Raman laser intracavity-pumped by an InGaAs semiconductor disk laser. In: 7th EPS-QEOD Europhoton Conference, 2016-08-21 - 2016-08-26.

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Abstract

We present a ~1400nm-emitting diamond Raman laser intracavity-pumped by an ~1180nm semiconductor disk laser. We measured a maximum output power of 2.3 W at ~1400nm with an output coupling of 3.5%. The Raman laser was tunable from 1373 to 1415nm using a 4-mm-thick birefringent filter.