Cascaded, long pulse and continuous wave Raman lasers

Robert Williams (Inventor), Richard Paul Mildren (Inventor), David James Spence (Inventor), Oliver Lux (Inventor)

Research output: Patent

Abstract

A Raman Laser device having an nth Stokes shifted output the device including: a laser pump input; a lasing cavity having feedback elements at each end; and a diamond Raman active gain medium within the cavity, exhibiting first and higher Stokes emissions when subjected to pumping by the laser pump input; wherein the feedback elements feeding back the pump input, and 1st Stokes output from the gain medium, and a gain portion of the higher Stokes outputs, with a transmitting portion of the nth Stokes output being the output of the device.

Original languageEnglish
Patent numberWO2018053590
IPCH01S 3/30 2006.01,G02F 1/35 2006.01,H01S 3/094 2006.01,H01S 3/16 2006.01
Priority date22/09/16
Filing date21/09/17
Publication statusSubmitted - 29 Mar 2018

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