In a groundbreaking development, scientists have successfully demonstrated the capabilities of ultrafast tunable lasers using lithium niobate (LiNbO3) integrated photonics. These lasers showcase narrow linewidth while maintaining extreme frequency agility, allowing for tuning rates at petahertz per second.
Introduction Laser pointers, small yet powerful devices emitting concentrated beams of light, are widely used in various applications, from…
Researchers at a Chinese university have developed a new portable nanosecond laser for handheld laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) instruments.
Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting or VCSEL Lasers, have been rapidly gaining popularity over the past few years due to their high performance and numerous real-world applications.
In this article, we’ll explore the fascinating relationship between wavelength and frequency, with a specific focus on the applications of this concept in the context of wavelengths of light and lasers.
One type of laser that has gained significant attention is the ultraviolet diode-pumped solid-state (UV DPSS) laser. This technology harnesses the power of ultraviolet light and combines it with the efficiency and compactness of DPSS systems, making it a versatile and powerful solution for a wide range of applications.
This article explores how far laser pointers can go and the factors that affect their range, as well as the potential hazards of using them improperly.
Researchers at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology have developed a neural network assisted laser frequency locking system that uses predicted values to reduce nonlinearity.
Researchers at the University of Science and Technology of China have developed a near-infrared (NIR) dual-channel oxygen-corrected laser heterodyne radiometer (LHR) to measure the vertical profile of wind fields in these regions with high accuracy.
In this article, we will explore the technology behind diode pumped fiber lasers, their various applications, recent advances, challenges, and future directions.
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