Abstract

A scaling approach allows reaching 270-W, 14.4-µJ, 330-fs (38 MW) from a KLM Yb:YAG thin-disk oscillator, the highest average power of any KLM-oscillator. Progress on applying this concept to the Yb:CALGO disk-medium is also reported.

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