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Continuous-Wave and Q-Switched Operation in Nd:YAG Single-Crystal Fiber Grown by Micro-Pulling-Down

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Abstract

We present the first high power laser using single-crystal Nd:YAG fibers grown by micro-pulling-down technique, producing 10-W CW power and 370-kW peak power in Q-switched regime for 60-W of pump power.

© 2007 Optical Society of America

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