Optical resonators, sometimes referred to as optical cavities, are essential components in various modern technologies, from lasers and optical sensors to telecommunications systems. By trapping and circulating light within a defined space, these devices can amplify or manipulate light waves, resulting in a wide array of practical 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.
In this article, we will explore the technology behind diode pumped fiber lasers, their various applications, recent advances, challenges, and future directions.
In this article, we delve into the physical mechanisms that underpin Stokes and Anti-Stokes emissions, and explore their real-world applications.
In this article, we will explore the difference between CW and pulsed lasers, their applications, and their advantages and limitations.
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Since the invention of lasers, scientists have been exploring ways to improve their precision and accuracy. One such development…
A team of researchers at the University of Maryland’s Energy Research Facility has set a record for guiding light in 45-meter-long air waveguides.
Researchers from the University of Strathclyde have developed laser-driven ‘plasma mirrors’ that are capable of reflecting or manipulating light.
In a recent study, the formation of gold nanobumps, nanocones, and nanojets using laser direct writing techniques was investigated using different laser wavelengths. The results showed that the wavelength of the laser used impacts the size and shape of the formed structures, making the laser wavelength an important factor to consider when creating plasmonic nanostructures.
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