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Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…bandwidth can be expanded by use of UV lasers, or by filling in key gaps, such as the one between 561 and 630 nm. These gaps occurred because of the limited available wavelengths from DPSS lasers and laser diodes. OPSL technology addresses this because it is wavelength scalable; the fundamental…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…bandwidth can be expanded by use of UV lasers, or by filling in key gaps, such as the one between 561 and 630 nm. These gaps occurred because of the limited available wavelengths from DPSS lasers and laser diodes. OPSL technology addresses this because it is wavelength scalable; the fundamental…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

…bandwidth can be expanded by use of UV lasers, or by filling in key gaps, such as the one between 561 and 630 nm. These gaps occurred because of the limited available wavelengths from DPSS lasers and laser diodes. OPSL technology addresses this because it is wavelength scalable; the fundamental…

Bio Photonics - October 2015

Bio Photonics - October 2015

…the amount of endogenous DNA fluorescence. Noise issues (so-called "green noise") associated with CW DPSS technologies have forced some instrument makers to resort to using mode-locked pseudo-CW DPSS systems as the UV source. Due to an OPSL's upper-state lifetime being virtually zero, there is no…

Bio Photonics - October 2015

Bio Photonics - October 2015

…the amount of endogenous DNA fluorescence. Noise issues (so-called "green noise") associated with CW DPSS technologies have forced some instrument makers to resort to using mode-locked pseudo-CW DPSS systems as the UV source. Due to an OPSL's upper-state lifetime being virtually zero, there is no…

Bio Photonics - October 2015

Bio Photonics - October 2015

…the amount of endogenous DNA fluorescence. Noise issues (so-called "green noise") associated with CW DPSS technologies have forced some instrument makers to resort to using mode-locked pseudo-CW DPSS systems as the UV source. Due to an OPSL's upper-state lifetime being virtually zero, there is no…

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