Kerr-cell shutters, laser applications, pulses, laser cavity
It is useful in optically driven Kerr-cell shutters and other laser applications to have intense pulses with extremely low light levels between pulses. We describe here a device that accomplishes this objective external to the laser cavity.
Original Publication Citation
Thorne, J., T. Loree, and G. McCall. "An Intensity-Dependent Filter." Quantum Electronics, IEEE Journal of 9.6 (1973): 637-8
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Thorne, James M.; Loree, Thomas R.; and McCall, George, "An intensity-dependent filter" (1973). All Faculty Publications. 786.
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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