Vol. 8, issue 09, article # 20

pdf Kapitanov V. A., Kulikov G. E., Tyryshkin V. I. Single-frequency dye laser with frequency tuning controlled by a program. // Atmospheric and oceanic optics. 1995. V. 8. No. 09. P. 1411-1414.
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A single–frequency automatically tunable cw dye laser automatically tuned to a fixed frequency (with an error of 500 MHz) has been developed. A single–frequency regime of lasing is achieved by the use of an automatic frequency tuning system. Frequency is measured by the Spektron–IV device. CAMAC instrumentation and a computer are used to control a lasing frequency. The laser can be used as part of laser opto–acoustic spectrometers and spectrophotometers.