Design for a Space Qualified Laser, Phase I, Volume 1663
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1970 - Gas lasers - 115 pages
This report investigates a design for a space qualified helium-neon laser.
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A.D. White analysis anode beryllium BORE LENGTH Brewster's angle cavity support structure circuit cold cathode Complete Functional Test component diameter DISCHARGE CURRENT discharge tube document EIMAC electro-optic modulator Electron Dynamics Division environmental evaluation fabricated failure rates function of loss gas lasers hard coating He-Ne lasers heliarced helium helium-neon laser high reliability Hochuli Hughes Electron Dynamics input integrated laser internal mirror laser and power laser construction laser design laser tube Load current variations loss parameter materials Measured metal-ceramic tube Mil-Spec monitoring NASA operate optical cavity support output power over-all package performance Phase power output power supply prism proposed design prototype Qualification-Reliability Test Quality Assurance range reliability and quality reliability assessment Reliability Engineering Reliability Program requirements resonant frequency sealed shown in Fig soft coating Space Qualified Laser specifications Spectra-Physics stress levels tantalum telemetry TEMqq torr tube length UV-Resistant vacuum envelope vibration