This work was supported in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. ECS-901448 1.
Journal of Applied Physics
Dye lasers -- Research, Oscillators, Lasers
It is well known that the signal output intensity from a dye laser oscillator depends directly on the pump intensity. The opposite effect, the dependence of the transmitted pump intensity on the signal intensity, is studied in detail. The theoretical results are compared with experimental data obtained using an argon‐laser‐pumped rhodamine 6G dye laser.
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