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Milli-Joules, Kilo-Hertz Regenerative Amplifier Using Total-Reflection Active-Mirror with Cryogenic Yb:YAG

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A regenerative amplifier by using total-reflection active-mirror with a cryogenic YAG/Yb:YAG composite ceramics has been demonstrated up to kHz repetition rate. A 6.5-mJ pulse energy and a 9.3% optical efficiency were obtained at 200-Hz.

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