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Generation of subnanosecond high-power far-infrared pulses by using a passive resonator pumped by a free-electron laser

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Abstract

By cavity dumping a small passive external resonator, subnanosecond far-infrared pulses with enhanced peak powers were created. The resonator was pumped by radiation produced by the University of California, Santa Barbara, free-electron laser and was subsequently cavity dumped by using a fast optical semiconductor switch.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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