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Single emitter diode lasers

Single emitter diode lasers

--> Single Emitter Diode Lasers Packaged single emitter devices. Contact Us About This Product Close PRICE HERE High Power Single Emitters for Pumping and Direct-Diode Applications Packaged single emitter diodes, including industry-standard c-mounts, based on Coherent’s industry-leading…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…astigmatic. Plus their spectral characteristics (mode
spectrum, wavelength) are very temperature sensitive.
In addition, for many years GaAs based laser diodes
only offered output in the near-IR output. However,
over the past decade, the development of new material
systems…

SST 2017-09 Laser Marking.pdf

SST 2017-09 Laser Marking.pdf

…demand for flip-chip devices, wafer-level
packaging and defective die identification drives the
need for direct marking of silicon, GaAs, GaN/sapphire
or other semiconductors. Silicon is partially transFIGURE 5. d) leadframe mark
FIGURE 5. c) backside of silicon wafer marked…

COHR WP OPSL Superior Reliability 5.30.18.pdf

COHR WP OPSL Superior Reliability 5.30.18.pdf

…of this arrangement is that
this gain chip is optimally pumped by 808 nm light. This enables the use of gallium arsenide
(GaAs) based pump diodes. GaAs diodes represent some of the most mature semiconductor
laser technology with an incredible longevity track record in telecom and…

COHR WP OPSL Wavelength Flexibility final 4.17.18.pdf

COHR WP OPSL Wavelength Flexibility final 4.17.18.pdf

…surface of the OPSL chip. This monolithic III-V semiconductor chip contains layers of ternary
quantum wells (InGaAs) alternated between binary (GaAs) layers. These binary layers are
optimized to efficiently absorb pump radiation, resulting in a high population of charge carriers.
This…

Sapphire-Advantage-Low-Noise.pdf

Sapphire-Advantage-Low-Noise.pdf

…by one or more laser diodes. This monolithic III-V semiconductor chip contains layers of tertiary quantum wells (InGaAs) alternated between binary (GaAs) layers. These binary layers are optimized to efficiently absorb pump radiation, resulting in a high population of charge carriers. This leads to…