Design and Fabrication of Externally heated Copper Bromide Laser
Keywords: Low repetition rate copper bromide laser, Buffer gas flow, Excitation energies
AbstractAn externally-heated, longitudinally-discharged, low-repetition-rate copper bromide laser, was designed and fabricated. The green-coloured wavelength at 5106 A from this laser can be used for underwater ranging and detection of submerged objects. Several new changes in the design of discharge tube, heating technique, buffer-gas-flow sub-system and electrical circuit have been conceived and incorporated advantageously in our system. Various parameters, for example, the type of buffer gas and its flow rate, mixture of gases, temperature of the discharge tube, delay between dissociation and excitation pulses, dissociation and excitation energies, and various resonator configurations are being optimised to get the maximum output power/energy from the laser system.
How to Cite
Dudeja, J., & Puri, A. (2013). Design and Fabrication of Externally heated Copper Bromide Laser. Defence Science Journal, 43(2), 173-177. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.43.4332
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