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Batch Fabrication and ASE Suppression Issues in Zig-Zag Slabs for Solid State Laser Amplifiers

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We show a novel method for the batch fabrication of slabs for zig-zag solid-state laser amplifiers. We also discuss various techniques that we implemented to suppress ASE and dramatically improve the small signal gain.

© 2005 Optical Society of America

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