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Active Infrared Systems and Technology
Editor(s): V. G. Roper

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Volume Number: 0806
Date Published: 24 August 1987

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Recent Developments In Electron Beam Lithography
Author(s): S. Radelaar
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High Power Pulsed Gas Lasers
Author(s): W. J. Witteman
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Compact High Power Transmitters For CO2 Laser Systems
Author(s): G M Miller; C A Williams
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The Design Of A Miniature CO2 Laser For Hand�Held And Beamriding Applications
Author(s): lain E. Ross; James Pithie
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Recent Advances In CO2 Laser Technology
Author(s): P C Conder; R N Jenkins; J R Redding
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Frequency Locking Of A Tea CO[sub]2[/sub] Laser By A Nonlinear Optical Technique
Author(s): M. Ouhayoun; C. Du Jeu; J. Meslage
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A Wide-Aperture, Single Mode TEA-0O2 Laser With A Low Chirp Rate
Author(s): Paul Pace; Silvester Wong; Pierre Mathieu; James Cruickshank
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Simultaneous Measurements Of Gain And Spontaneous Emission Noise In Rf Excited CO[sub]2[/sub] Amplifying Media
Author(s): P E Jackson; D R Hall; R M Jenkins; J M Vaughan
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Transmission Characteristics Of A Hollow Core Silica Waveguide In The 9-11 pm Waveband
Author(s): R M Jenkins; R W J Devereux
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Distributed Feedback Phenomena At 10.6µm
Author(s): P. J. Gorton; R. M. Jenkins
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Loss Of Infrared Optical System MTF Resulting From Damage Caused By High Power Continuous Wave And Low Average Power Repetitive Pulsed Visible - UV Lasers
Author(s): James. R. Palmer
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Theory Of CO2 Laser Transmission Through Curved Hollow Dielectric Waveguides
Author(s): C A Hill; R M Jenkins; R W. J. Devereux
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A CO2 Laser Radar Configured For Doppler Imaging
Author(s): William Alexander; David L Clark; Corrine A . Stewart
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Flight Evaluation Trials Of A Heterodyne CO2 Laser Radar
Author(s): Bernard Stephan; Philippe Metivier
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Experimental 10.6µm Pulsed Coherent Laser Rangefinder Systems
Author(s): Nicholas J.D. Martin
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Compact CO2 Laser Rangefinders For Terrain - Following Applications
Author(s): William F Woods
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Predicted Performance Of A 10.6µm Pulsed Coherent Laser Radar
Author(s): Kenneth W. Harrison
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