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1 June 1992 Performance of a sealed-off CO2-isotope laser amplifier for high resolution optical radar/lidar applications
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The essential features and performance characteristics of a narrowband isotopic CO2 laser amplifier system are described. Sealed-off operation with over 30 dB net power gain, negligible frequency chirp and up to 70 microsec pulse duration, 300 mJ pulse energy, and 10 Hz pulse repetition rate have been achieved.
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Charles A. Freed, Richard S. Eng, Jonathan S. Greene, Stephen Marcus, Joseph R. Theriault Jr., Robert G. O'Donnell, Wolfgang Pape, and Elaine R. Parshall "Performance of a sealed-off CO2-isotope laser amplifier for high resolution optical radar/lidar applications", Proc. SPIE 1633, Laser Radar VII: Advanced Technology for Applications, (1 June 1992); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59219
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