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  • Received: Feb. 19, 2020

    Accepted: Apr. 1, 2020

    Posted: Sep. 1, 2020

    Published Online: Sep. 16, 2020

    The Author Email: Zhang Yanli (zhangyl@siom.ac.cn), Zhu Jianqiang (jqzhu@mail.shcnc.ac.cn)

    DOI: 10.3788/CJL202047.0901005

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    Xianghe Guan, Yanli Zhang, Junyong Zhang, Jianqiang Zhu. Broadband Output Characteristics of Nd∶Glass Multi-Pass Amplification System[J]. Chinese Journal of Lasers, 2020, 47(9): 0901005

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Normalized distribution of input pulse under different energies. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

Fig. 1. Normalized distribution of input pulse under different energies. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

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Normalized distribution of output pulse under different input energies. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

Fig. 2. Normalized distribution of output pulse under different input energies. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

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Normalized distribution of compressed pulse under different input energies. (a) Waveform of compressed pulses at the linearity coordinate; (b) waveform of compressed pulses at the logarithm coordinate

Fig. 3. Normalized distribution of compressed pulse under different input energies. (a) Waveform of compressed pulses at the linearity coordinate; (b) waveform of compressed pulses at the logarithm coordinate

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Relative intensity distribution of input pulse under different spectral widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

Fig. 4. Relative intensity distribution of input pulse under different spectral widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

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Relative intensity distribution of output pulse under different input spectral widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

Fig. 5. Relative intensity distribution of output pulse under different input spectral widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

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Relative intensity distribution of compressed pulse under different input spectral widths. (a) Waveform of compressed pulses at the linearity coordinate; (b) waveform of compressed pulses at the logarithm coordinate

Fig. 6. Relative intensity distribution of compressed pulse under different input spectral widths. (a) Waveform of compressed pulses at the linearity coordinate; (b) waveform of compressed pulses at the logarithm coordinate

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Relative intensity distribution of input pulse under different pulse widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

Fig. 7. Relative intensity distribution of input pulse under different pulse widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

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Relative intensity distribution of output pulse under different input pulse widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

Fig. 8. Relative intensity distribution of output pulse under different input pulse widths. (a) Time waveform; (b) spectrum

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Relative intensity distribution of compressed pulse under different input pulse widths. (a) Waveform of compressed pulses at the linearity coordinate; (b) waveform of compressed pulses at the logarithm coordinate

Fig. 9. Relative intensity distribution of compressed pulse under different input pulse widths. (a) Waveform of compressed pulses at the linearity coordinate; (b) waveform of compressed pulses at the logarithm coordinate

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Inversion pulse. (a) Normalized time waveform; (b) normalized spectrum

Fig. 10. Inversion pulse. (a) Normalized time waveform; (b) normalized spectrum

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Output pulse. (a) Normalized time waveform; (b) normalized spectrum

Fig. 11. Output pulse. (a) Normalized time waveform; (b) normalized spectrum

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Comparison of the spectrum obtained by two methods

Fig. 12. Comparison of the spectrum obtained by two methods

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Spatial and temporal distribution of normalized intensity of input pulse. (a) Time waveform at different coordinate points; (b) one-dimensional spatial distribution at different times; (c) spectrum at different coordinate points

Fig. 13. Spatial and temporal distribution of normalized intensity of input pulse. (a) Time waveform at different coordinate points; (b) one-dimensional spatial distribution at different times; (c) spectrum at different coordinate points

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Spatial and temporal distribution of normalized intensity of output pulse. (a) Time waveform at different coordinate points; (b) one-dimensional spatial distribution at different times; (c) spectrum at different coordinate points

Fig. 14. Spatial and temporal distribution of normalized intensity of output pulse. (a) Time waveform at different coordinate points; (b) one-dimensional spatial distribution at different times; (c) spectrum at different coordinate points

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