Abstract

We describe a diode-pumped cw Cr3+:LiSrAlF6 laser that produces 190-mW cw output at 860 nm. By frequency doubling in a KNbO3 crystal we generate 13 mW of second-harmonic light tunable from 427 to 443 nm.

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