Solid-state lasers based on Cr2+-doped chalcogenide poly- or single-crystals (ZnSe ZnS CdSe) operating at wavelength of 1.9-3.4 μm have demonstrated rapid progress in the last decade and are promising sources for applications in the fields of industrial material processing remote sensing molecular spectroscopy and medicine [1,2]. This paper is devoted to the experimental investigation of the repetitively-pulsed gain-switched lasers based on polycrystalline Cr2+:ZnSe with undoped end-cups pumped by Q-switched Tm3+:Lu2O3 ceramic lasers.

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