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High energy and low noise Ho:YLF regenerative amplifiers: a noise and stability analysis

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Abstract

The dynamics and stability of Ho:YLF regenerative amplifiers is studied experimentally and numerically, whereas operating conditions are analyzed with respect to energy fluctuations. We propose a low-noise laser design operating at a second stability point.

© 2015 Optical Society of America

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