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RegA Family

RegA Family

…in the REgA family. Seeded by Vitara, it also is designed with an external; stretcher/compressor. Datasheet RegA Applications Application Bragg Gratings & Waveguides Glass Micromaching --> Features & Benefits
* CW-pumped regenerative amplifier
* High repetition rate, variable up to 300 kHz
*…

Azure Laser | Coherent

Azure Laser | Coherent

…semiconductor inspection techniques, disc mastering or the manufacturing of fiber bragg gratings Datasheet Azure Applications Application Process Laser Inspection Wafer and Reticle Inspection Fiber Bragg Grating semiconductor inspection --> Features & Benefits The Azure laser emits a wavelength…

INNOVA FreD systems

INNOVA FreD systems

…Application Process Material Materials Processing Microelectronics Scientific Raman Spectroscopy Compact Disk and DVD Mastering Fiber Bragg Grating Inspection Laser Direct Imaging (LDI) Lithography Choose a Process Optical Disk Media Germanium-Doped Optical Fiber Patterned Semiconductor Wafer…

Hidra - 10 Hz High Energy Ultrafast Amplifiers

Hidra - 10 Hz High Energy Ultrafast Amplifiers

Hidra - 10 Hz High Energy Ultrafast Amplifiers The Hidra amplifies a nanojoule pulse from a modelocked Ti:Sapphire oscillator up to terawatt peak power at 10 Hz repetition-rate. Hidra is a multi-stage, chirped pulse amplifier consisting of a grating-based pulse stretcher, regenerative amplifier for…

Microelectronics

Microelectronics

Grating Manufacturing Lasers are used to create periodic changes in the core refractive index of optical fiber. UV lasers, including Coherent’s Innova Ion lasers, the LPXpro, COMPexPro and BraggStar series excimer lasers, are critical tools in the manufacture of high-performance fiber bragg gratings

STINGRAY MARKETING DRAWING POWELL LENS GRATING LENS 05-07-12

® BEAM EXIT 3.8in 97.8mm .73in 18.64mm 1.1in 27.2mm 1.4in 36.5mm CLAMPING AREA .5in 13.8mm .8in 19.5mm .75in 19.05mm CLAMPING AREA 1.6ft [0.5m] SIDE VIEW EXTERNAL FOCUS ADJUSTMENT ACCESSORY HOLDER TOP VIEW EXTERNAL FOCUS ADJUSTMENT LOCKING SET SCREW (NO.2-56) REAR VIEW INDICATOR LIGHT FRONT VIEW…

Libra PreInstallation.book

Libra PreInstallation.book

…Double
Iris
FI Faraday Isolator PL3, PL4 Pump
Focusing Lens
PC1, PC2 Regen
Pockels Cell
CG Compressor Grating
SG Stretcher Grating PCD1, PCD2 Pockels Cell
Driver
CM2-3 Compressor Horizontal Retroreflector
SM3 Stretcher Large
Curved Mirror

Laser Focus World - February 2016

Laser Focus World - February 2016

…Focus World www.laserfocusworld.com February 2016 O P T I C S F A B R I C A T I O N Fiber Bragg grating fabrication system is automated RALPH DELMDAHL and KRISTIAN BUCHWALD While fiber Bragg grating (FBG) technology has been available for decades, commercial use of these devices, especially in…

Quotation KML QGYYMMDD G  Institute Contact

Quotation KML QGYYMMDD G Institute Contact

…nm
VBS (2X) ~70% each
Zirconium filters (2X)
18% (200 nm)
16% (200 nm)
Toroidal refocusing mirror ~70%
Diffraction grating (+1 order) ~28%
Total beamline throughput 0.28%
Total beamline throughput
without metal filters
10%
Table 4: Beamline…

COHR Hidra DS 0317 2 FINAL.pdf

COHR Hidra DS 0317 2 FINAL.pdf

…consists of a grating-based stretcher, a regenerative amplifier for first-stage amplification, a multipass power amplifier stage, followed by a grating based compressor. Two standard pumping configurations are available, 10 Hz-only pump or hybrid, 1 kHz and 10 Hz pumping with an available 1 kHz…

Conference FBG Cohr in Goe 0916.pdf

Conference FBG Cohr in Goe 0916.pdf

…of
100 pm, and repeatability of ±50 pm in production.
4.3 Reflectance bandwidth
For a grating with a uniform index modulation spectral
bandwidth narrows with increasing grating length as shown
in figure 7. However, the sharper the reflectance peak, the
more energy is…

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

COHR WP Ablation of BioPolymers 193nm.pdf

…etch depth meant that
both amplitude and phase gratings could be created. A typical example of these patterns is the cross
grating structure shown in figure 5. This is a small section of a large area (5 mm x 5 mm) cross
grating structure imaged with the WLI. This was created by…

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