An analytical technique is suggested for calculating the radiation of lasers operated in the giant-pulse mode with losses switched off linearly with time. This method makes it possible to calculate the maximum power of giant pulses, their energy, duration, and number. Examples are given of designing lasers using this technique on a digital computer.
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Savva, V.A., Samson, A.M. & Drabovich, K.N. Analysis of lasers with linearly switched losses. J Appl Spectrosc 5, 118–124 (1966). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00614469
- Analytical Chemistry
- Molecular Structure
- Maximum Power
- Digital Computer