Features of Copper Vapor Laser Emission Excited by Pulse-Periodic HF Discharge
The results of numerical studies of pulsed radiation of the induction copper vapor laser are presented. The laser is excited by trains of high-frequency (10–70 MHz) electric current oscillations. Trains follow one after another with a frequency in 2–17 kHz. The features and variety of obtained laser radiation pulse shapes and their applicability to diagnostic purposes and other practical problems are discussed.
KeywordsHF discharge copper vapor laser laser kinetics radiation pulses shape peak power
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