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Photonics Spectra - March 2018

Photonics Spectra - March 2018

…applications and Nd:YAG in industrial uses. Ytterbium has a wide gain bandwidth enabling mode-locked performance in the femtosecond regime, unlike neodymium, which is limited to only picosecond pulse widths. In contrast to Ti:sapphire, ytterbium can be pumped directly by high-power laser diodes…

Microsoft Word - COHR whitepaper whitedwarfmonaco 5 21 2018

Microsoft Word - COHR whitepaper whitedwarfmonaco 5 21 2018

…Monaco: A Simple, Turnkey Source of 6 J and repetition rates up to 5 MHz, featuring excellent long-term (>40 hours) output stability. Introduction Ytterbium fiber lasers and (MOPA) amplifiers have emerged as important new sources of ultrafast pulses that can be scaled to higher average power, with…

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

whitepaper next gen mpe v3.pdf

…laser manufacturers started to look for other
active laser materials that could better match these requirements.
Ytterbium Doped Fiber
Ytterbium doped materials have long been seen as potential alternative gain materials in the
laser community because of several positive…

Bio Photonics - February / March 2015

Bio Photonics - February / March 2015

Ti:S lasers for deeper images
Despite undeniable advantages of
these dual-wavelength ytterbium lasers,
manufacturers do not yet view them as
a universal solution for all multiphoton
microscopy research. (And, judging by
continued healthy sales of Ti:S-based
lasers,…

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

Photonics Spectra - November 2016

…of which can be
ameliorated by using a low duty cycle
and spreading the power among multiple
spatially separated targets.
Ytterbium ber: higher power
at longer wavelengths
All-optical studies have created a need
for femtosecond lasers emitting multiple
watts…

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

Photonics Spectra - June 2017

…all-optical toolkit, including C1V1,
ReaChR and Chrimson. The one-photon
absorption peaks can be as long as 600 nm
(Figure 5).
Ytterbium fiber femtosecond lasers
for neuroscience
All-optical studies and more general
red-shifted expressions or fluorophores
have…

Bio Photonics - October 2014

Bio Photonics - October 2014

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BioPhotonics · October 2014
head. In the past, ultrafast fiber lasers
based on ytterbium or erbium (as well
as bulk lasers based on ytterbium) faced
a trade-off between power and pulse
duration; it has been nearly impossible to
produce a sub-100-fs laser with…

Bio Photonics - April 2015

Bio Photonics - April 2015

…with a tunable
laser, this source is ideal for optogenetics
with a wavelength split, such as Example
2 in Figure 6. The latest ytterbium fiber
laser is one example epitomizing one
company's "industrial revolution in ultrafast lasers," where design and manufacturing practices…

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

Bio Photonics - May / June 2015

…of Coherent's products, prechirp can be set by a user either by adjusting a pair of gratings in the laser head (as
in the company's Fidelity ytterbium fiber
laser) or via a software program that automatically adjusts spacing and positioning
of a set of prisms, according to the desired…

Europhotonics - Summer 2018

Europhotonics - Summer 2018

…scientific applications. Two key technical trends are emerging that support several diverse applications. The first development is the emergence of ytterbium fiber (Yb-fiber) as a reliable alternative gain medium to the Scientific Lasers Deliver Ease of Use, Greater Reliability Diverse lasers and…

Bio Photonics - July 2018

Bio Photonics - July 2018

…members Nils Kirschnick (left) and Michael Kuhlmann at the multiphoton microscope equipped with both a titanium:sapphire laser (Chameleon Vision) (closest to men) and one of the next-generation lasers based on ytterbium fiber (Chameleon Discovery) (far right). Courtesy of Kiefer group/EIMI Münster.

Bio Photonics - April 2018

Bio Photonics - April 2018

…involve deeper imaging using longer wavelengths. These trends are the leading drivers behind the latest generation of ultrafast lasers based on ytterbium (Yb) fiber. However, there are numerous other applications far outside the wellpublicized field of neuroscience, and these are often amply served…

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