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MBD-200

The MBD-200 Monolithic Block Doubler is an efficient frequency doubler for use with single-frequency sources, such as the MBR-110 or 899 ring laser.

The technique of resonant frequency doubling is used to achieve high-efficiency doubling without compromising the performance of the fundamental laser source.

Resonant Frequency Doubler

The output power of the fundamental laser source is enhanced in a highly stable, external cavity, providing the high resonant powers essential for efficient nonlinear processes. A selected frequency-doubling crystal is placed at an intracavity focus, providing efficient nonlinear conversion to the second harmonic.

The stand-alone MBD is suitable for use with Ti:sapphire or dye lasers.

  • Double monolithic structure for stability
  • Efficient frequency doubling
  • Wide and easy mode matching
  • Stand-alone unit for use with 899 (Ti or dye) and MBR-110 lasers
  • Resonant enhancement of intracavity power
  • Wide range of mirrors
  • Dual cavity-length actuators for superior servo-locking
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