Laser parameter measurements handbook, Volume 1
The handbook is a compendium of measurement that encompasses the laser technology. It includes a wealth of information gleaned from over 650 articles surveyed in an exhaustive literature search that reviewed American as well as foreign scientific journals, and Government reports. The work contains the contributions of 37 authors whose works were edited to conform with the text and abridged to eliminate redundancy. It is believed that the text treats all of the significant laser measurement techniques that have been published to date in the areas of beam sampling, beam parameters, power, energy, gain, wavelength, bandwidth, coherence and frequency stability. The techniques of modulation and the methods of measurement are treated as are the communication aspects of noise in the laser signal source. This volume contains chapters entitled: Laser parameters and measurement; Beam sampling techniques; Measurement of beam parameters; Measurement of energy and power.
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Laser Parameters and Measurements
Beam Sampling Techniques
Measurement of Beam Parameters
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