The field of optics has seen significant advancements in recent years, and one of the essential components driving these innovations is the air spaced waveplate. This article aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of air spaced waveplates, their principles, applications, and how they differ from other waveplates.
In this article, we will explore the technology behind diode pumped fiber lasers, their various applications, recent advances, challenges, and future directions.
Breaking the barriers of conventional optical components, a team of researchers has developed an ultrathin metasurface beam splitter that can split light into two predesigned directions with variable power distribution.
This article will explore the science behind fiber coupled lasers, their applications, challenges, trends, and future potential.
Researchers from the University of Strathclyde have developed laser-driven ‘plasma mirrors’ that are capable of reflecting or manipulating light.
In this article, we will explore the various types of beam splitters, how they work, and their applications.
Non-linear optics is a branch of optics that deals the interaction between light and matter, and the ways in which the behavior of light can be altered or controlled through the use of various materials and techniques.
Newton’s rings are an optical phenomenon that occurs when light reflects off a thin film of air or other transparent substance between two surfaces.
Fiber Bragg gratings (FBGs) are a specific type of Bragg grating that are written into optical fibers and used to separate different wavelengths of light and measure physical parameters in optical communications and sensing systems.
A laser q-switch, also known as a Q-switched laser, is a type of laser that is designed to produce very short and high-energy pulses of light.
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