Pulse compression gratings are optical devices used to modify the temporal characteristics of a light pulse.
An anti-reflective coating, also known as an AR coating or non-reflective coating, is a thin layer of material applied to the surface of a lens or other optical element in order to reduce the amount of light that is reflected off of it.
Laser speckle is a phenomenon that occurs when laser light is scattered by a rough or irregular surface or by a medium with inhomogeneities, such as a turbid fluid.
A laser etalon is a device that is used to accurately measure the frequency of a laser beam. It works by using the principle of interference, which occurs when two waves meet and either reinforce or cancel each other out.
Gradient-index (GRIN) optics are a type of optical technology that uses lenses or optical fibers with a refractive index that varies in a continuous and gradual manner.
A monochromator is a device used to select and isolate a single wavelength of light from a broader spectrum.
In this article, we will explore the different types of laser beam steering techniques and their applications.
A scanning Fabry-Perot interferometer is a device that is used to measure the properties of light and to analyze the properties of materials.
A wave plate, also known as a phase retarder, is a type of optical device that is used to alter the phase of light waves.
Brewster window, named after Scottish physicist Sir David Brewster, is a type of optical window that is commonly used in scientific and industrial applications.
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