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Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…simultaneously with a single laser. Yet another new OPSL wavelength is the legacy (krypton ion) wavelength of 568 nm. Fiber coupling/fiber combining Many end users and microscopy OEMs - and not just in superresolution - are increasingly using fiber delivery with CW lasers. Maintaining high beam…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…simultaneously with a single laser. Yet another new OPSL wavelength is the legacy (krypton ion) wavelength of 568 nm. Fiber coupling/fiber combining Many end users and microscopy OEMs - and not just in superresolution - are increasingly using fiber delivery with CW lasers. Maintaining high beam…

Microsoft Word - Document1

Microsoft Word - Document1

…simultaneously with a single laser. Yet another new OPSL wavelength is the legacy (krypton ion) wavelength of 568 nm. Fiber coupling/fiber combining Many end users and microscopy OEMs - and not just in superresolution - are increasingly using fiber delivery with CW lasers. Maintaining high beam…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…simultaneously with a single laser. Yet another new OPSL wavelength is the legacy (krypton ion) wavelength of 568 nm. Fiber coupling/fiber combining Many end users and microscopy OEMs - and not just in superresolution - are increasingly using fiber delivery with CW lasers. Maintaining high beam…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…simultaneously with a single laser. Yet another new OPSL wavelength is the legacy (krypton ion) wavelength of 568 nm. Fiber coupling/fiber combining Many end users and microscopy OEMs - and not just in superresolution - are increasingly using fiber delivery with CW lasers. Maintaining high beam…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…simultaneously with a single laser. Yet another new OPSL wavelength is the legacy (krypton ion) wavelength of 568 nm. Fiber coupling/fiber combining Many end users and microscopy OEMs - and not just in superresolution - are increasingly using fiber delivery with CW lasers. Maintaining high beam…

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