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Generation of 369.4 nm Radiation By Efficient Doubling of a Diode Laser

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The trapped ytterbium ion frequency standard1,2 under development at JPL requires at least 10 μW of continuous-wave (cw) laser radiation at 369.4 nm. Only diode lasers meet the requirements of low power consumption and small size for use aboard spacecraft1, but diode lasers are not currently available at this wavelength. It is therefore necessary to employ frequency doubling methods to reach 369.4 nm with diode lasers.

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