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COLINSHEPPARDLasersinBioimaging.pdf

COLINSHEPPARDLasersinBioimaging.pdf

…laser (440nm). We experimented with a pico-second mode-locked Argon ion laser, but our first second harmonic generation images were produced with a CW Nd:YAG laser acquired from Bell Labs. As part of our studies for focusing a laser beam to a small spot, I became interested in the propagation of…

COHR Prometheus DS 0816 1.pdf

COHR Prometheus DS 0816 1.pdf

…experiments, nonlinear optics pumping (SHG, DFG, OPO), gravitational waves studies, optical heterodyning and others. Ultra-Narrow Linewidth CW DPSS Green Laser Prometheus Features: · Monolithic non-planar ring oscillator (NPRO) technology for ultra-stable and narrow linewidth · Fundamental…

Schulze Umbruch21Rev2.pdf

Schulze Umbruch21Rev2.pdf

…properties. The Revolutionary Design At the heart of this proprietary technology is the OPS (Optically Pumped Semiconductor) chip. Pump light from a cw 808- nm diode laser is focused on the chip as in Figure 1 and absorbed by quantumwell layers that provide gain for the fundamental IR emission at…

Schulze Umbruch21.pdf

Schulze Umbruch21.pdf

…properties. The Revolutionary Design At the heart of this proprietary technology is the OPS (Optically Pumped Semiconductor) chip. Pump light from a cw 808- nm diode laser is focused on the chip as in Figure 1 and absorbed by quantumwell layers that provide gain for the fundamental IR emission at…

Schulze Umbruch21Rev2.pdf

Schulze Umbruch21Rev2.pdf

…properties. The Revolutionary Design At the heart of this proprietary technology is the OPS (Optically Pumped Semiconductor) chip. Pump light from a cw 808- nm diode laser is focused on the chip as in Figure 1 and absorbed by quantumwell layers that provide gain for the fundamental IR emission at…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…near UV (e.g. 334 nm) to 799 nm in the near-IR (see Table 1). Furthermore, for many years, they were simply the only industrially suited sources of CW blue, green, yellow and red light capable of producing tens of milliwatts or more. As a result, a host of applications in life sciences have been…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…near UV (e.g. 334 nm) to 799 nm in the near-IR (see Table 1). Furthermore, for many years, they were simply the only industrially suited sources of CW blue, green, yellow and red light capable of producing tens of milliwatts or more. As a result, a host of applications in life sciences have been…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…near UV (e.g. 334 nm) to 799 nm in the near-IR (see Table 1). Furthermore, for many years, they were simply the only industrially suited sources of CW blue, green, yellow and red light capable of producing tens of milliwatts or more. As a result, a host of applications in life sciences have been…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…near UV (e.g. 334 nm) to 799 nm in the near-IR (see Table 1). Furthermore, for many years, they were simply the only industrially suited sources of CW blue, green, yellow and red light capable of producing tens of milliwatts or more. As a result, a host of applications in life sciences have been…

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

Advances in Diode Lasers and OPSLs

…near UV (e.g. 334 nm) to 799 nm in the near-IR (see Table 1). Furthermore, for many years, they were simply the only industrially suited sources of CW blue, green, yellow and red light capable of producing tens of milliwatts or more. As a result, a host of applications in life sciences have been…

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…lamp-pumped Yttrium Aluminum Garnet (YAG) lasers and ultrafast systems. Our installed base includes tens of thousands of lasers. Current applications for lasers in the scientific market include pump lasers for ultrafast (UF) and continuous wave (CW) systems, CW tunable systems, UF oscillator and…

Coherent #7.qxd

Coherent #7.qxd

…or Nd:vanadate technology doubled to emit at 532 nm. A resonant enhancement cavity doubles this wavelength again to produce more than 200 mW of CW output -- twice that of the minimum power that previous-generation tools required for constant throughput. Argon-ion sources continue to drive inspection…

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