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Multi-Watt Operation of a Nd:YVO4 Microchip Laser Incorporating a Synthetic Diamond Heat Spreader

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Output powers in excess of 2W are reported for a microchip laser including diamond. These compare to 0.3W without diamond for the same configuration. Approaches to simultaneously scaling of brightness are discussed.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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