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Bio Photonics - October 2015

Bio Photonics - October 2015

…tools. I n an OPSL, laser diodes are used to pump a thin semiconductor chip, thus enabling an incredible level of design flexibility in terms of power and wavelength scalability. The quantum well structure of the gain chip determines the OPSL's output wavelength, which can be set anywhere along…

Bio Photonics - October 2015

Bio Photonics - October 2015

…tools. I n an OPSL, laser diodes are used to pump a thin semiconductor chip, thus enabling an incredible level of design flexibility in terms of power and wavelength scalability. The quantum well structure of the gain chip determines the OPSL's output wavelength, which can be set anywhere along…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…be fabricated for any arbitrary output wavelength across much of the visible and near-UV spectrum, merely by tweaking the design of the gain semiconductor chip. For example, new lasers at 588 and 594 nm were recently introduced for exciting orange fluorophores. Other models at 550 nm have also been…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…be fabricated for any arbitrary output wavelength across much of the visible and near-UV spectrum, merely by tweaking the design of the gain semiconductor chip. For example, new lasers at 588 and 594 nm were recently introduced for exciting orange fluorophores. Other models at 550 nm have also been…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…be fabricated for any arbitrary output wavelength across much of the visible and near-UV spectrum, merely by tweaking the design of the gain semiconductor chip. For example, new lasers at 588 and 594 nm were recently introduced for exciting orange fluorophores. Other models at 550 nm have also been…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…be fabricated for any arbitrary output wavelength across much of the visible and near-UV spectrum, merely by tweaking the design of the gain semiconductor chip. For example, new lasers at 588 and 594 nm were recently introduced for exciting orange fluorophores. Other models at 550 nm have also been…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…be fabricated for any arbitrary output wavelength across much of the visible and near-UV spectrum, merely by tweaking the design of the gain semiconductor chip. For example, new lasers at 588 and 594 nm were recently introduced for exciting orange fluorophores. Other models at 550 nm have also been…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…be fabricated for any arbitrary output wavelength across much of the visible and near-UV spectrum, merely by tweaking the design of the gain semiconductor chip. For example, new lasers at 588 and 594 nm were recently introduced for exciting orange fluorophores. Other models at 550 nm have also been…

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

…diode-pumped solid-state lasers based on crystal gain mediums such as Nd:YAG or Nd:Vanadate. The first relates to the semiconductor gain medium. This is because the upper state lifetime in the semiconductor chip is so short that an OPSL does not store gain and is free of the mode interference…

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

…diode-pumped solid-state lasers based on crystal gain mediums such as Nd:YAG or Nd:Vanadate. The first relates to the semiconductor gain medium. This is because the upper state lifetime in the semiconductor chip is so short that an OPSL does not store gain and is free of the mode interference…

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

Optically-Pumped-Semiconductor-Laser-Brochure.pdf

…diode-pumped solid-state lasers based on crystal gain mediums such as Nd:YAG or Nd:Vanadate. The first relates to the semiconductor gain medium. This is because the upper state lifetime in the semiconductor chip is so short that an OPSL does not store gain and is free of the mode interference…

Photonik Feb2014.pdf

Photonik Feb2014.pdf

…on a single chip. In order to effectively increase the package density, the reduction along the lateral dimensions must not be gained at the expense of the vertical device dimensions as exemplified in figure 4. From a manufacturer`s perspective, this means that individual chips, and hence, silicon…

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