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Application and Development of High-Power and Highly Efficient Silica-Based Fiber Lasers Operating at 2m
SD Jackson, A Sabella, DG Lancaster
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics 13 (3), 567-572, 2007
1852007
Development of an automated diode-laser-based multicomponent gas sensor
D Richter, DG Lancaster, FK Tittel
Applied optics 39 (24), 4444-4450, 2000
1722000
Fifty percent internal slope efficiency femtosecond direct-written Tm3+:ZBLAN waveguide laser
DG Lancaster, S Gross, H Ebendorff-Heidepriem, K Kuan, TM Monro, ...
Optics Letters 36 (9), 1587-1589, 2011
1582011
High-power 83 W holmium-doped silica fiber laser operating with high beam quality
SD Jackson, A Sabella, A Hemming, S Bennetts, DG Lancaster
Optics letters 32 (3), 241-243, 2007
1522007
85 W Tm/sup 3+/-doped silica fibre laser
G Frith, DG Lancaster, SD Jackson
Electronics letters 41 (12), 687-688, 2005
1012005
Compact mid-infrared trace gas sensor based on difference-frequency generation of two diode lasers in periodically poled LiNbO3
D Richter, DG Lancaster, RF Curl, W Neu, FK Tittel
Applied Physics B 67 (3), 347-350, 1998
961998
Real-time measurements of endogenous CO production from vascular cells using an ultrasensitive laser sensor
Y Morimoto, W Durante, DG Lancaster, J Klattenhoff, FK Tittel
American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology 280 (1 …, 2001
762001
Difference-frequency-based tunable absorption spectrometer for detection of atmospheric formaldehyde
DG Lancaster, A Fried, B Wert, B Henry, FK Tittel
Applied Optics 39 (24), 4436-4443, 2000
762000
Real-time measurements of trace gases using a compact difference-frequency-based sensor operating at 3.5 μm.
DG Lancaster, D Richter, RF Curl, FK Tittel
Applied Physics B: Lasers & Optics 67 (3), 1998
741998
Self-corrected chip-based dual-comb spectrometer
NB Hébert, J Genest, JD Deschênes, H Bergeron, GY Chen, C Khurmi, ...
Optics express 25 (7), 8168-8179, 2017
732017
Fluoride glass microstructured optical fiber with large mode area and mid-infrared transmission
H Ebendorff-Heidepriem, TC Foo, RC Moore, W Zhang, Y Li, TM Monro, ...
Optics letters 33 (23), 2861-2863, 2008
702008
Detection of formaldehyde using mid-infrared difference-frequency generation.
Y Mine, N Melander, D Richter, DG Lancaster, KP Petrov, RF Curl, ...
Applied Physics B: Lasers & Optics 65 (6), 1997
681997
Portable fiber-coupled diode-laser-based sensor for multiple trace gas detection
DG Lancaster, D Richter, FK Tittel
Applied Physics B 69 (5), 459-465, 1999
661999
Gain-switched holmium-doped fibre laser
KS Wu, D Ottaway, J Munch, DG Lancaster, S Bennetts, SD Jackson
Optics express 17 (23), 20872-20877, 2009
622009
Thermal-lens measurement of a quasi steady-state repetitively flashlamp-pumped Cr, Tm, Ho: YAG laser
DG Lancaster, JM Dawes
Optics & Laser Technology 30 (2), 103-108, 1998
621998
Ultrafast laser inscription in soft glasses: a comparative study of athermal and thermal processing regimes for guided wave optics
S Gross, M Ams, G Palmer, CT Miese, RJ Williams, GD Marshall, ...
International Journal of Applied Glass Science 3 (4), 332-348, 2012
602012
Versatile large-mode-area femtosecond laser-written Tm: ZBLAN glass chip lasers
DG Lancaster, S Gross, A Fuerbach, HE Heidepriem, TM Monro, ...
Optics Express 20 (25), 27503-27509, 2012
592012
2.1 μm waveguide laser fabricated by femtosecond laser direct-writing in Ho3+, Tm3+:ZBLAN glass
DG Lancaster, S Gross, H Ebendorff-Heidepriem, A Fuerbach, ...
Optics Letters 37 (6), 996-998, 2012
592012
Compact CH4 sensor based on difference frequency mixing of diode lasers in quasi-phasematched LiNbO3
DG Lancaster, R Weidner, D Richter, FK Tittel, J Limpert
Optics communications 175 (4-6), 461-468, 2000
572000
Mid-infrared difference-frequency generation source pumped by a 1.1–1.5-µm dual-wavelength fiber amplifier for trace-gas detection
L Goldberg, J Koplow, DG Lancaster, RF Curl, FK Tittel
Optics letters 23 (19), 1517-1519, 1998
551998
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