Investigation to Determine Characteristics of a Stable-Frequency Pulsed Regenerative-Amplifier CO2 Laser Transmitter.
Final rept. 10 Oct 72-28 Oct 73,
UNITED AIRCRAFT RESEARCH LABS EAST HARTFORD CONN
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The primary objective of the work is to investigate the feasibility of injection locking a low-power, frequency-stable, CO2 master oscillator to a high-pressure, pulsed electric discharge CO2 laser. While the exploratory work is done at low pulse repetition rates PRF, the laser design and experimental configuration is guided by the ultimate goal of high PRF operation. To this end, a secondary objective of the program is to investigate the problems associated with high PRF operation.
- Lasers and Masers
- Infrared Detection and Detectors