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A Ti:sapphire laser is a solid-state laser that is continuously tunable in the wavelength region from 700 to 1100 nm. It is suitable for both pulsed and continuous-wave operation. Usually written Ti:sapphire.
GT Crystal Systems, LLC, Sub. of GT Advanced Technologies - Salem, MA
Manufacturer of sapphire, Ti:sapphire and silicon for use in optics, IR applications, large windows, domes, laser rods, lenses, prisms, filters, substrates and other optical and nonoptical applications. Produces sapphire for demanding applications in defense, laser technology, optoelectronics, life...
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Photonics Industries International is the pioneer of intra-cavity solid-state harmonic lasers. Since its first high power green harmonic laser was introduced back in 1993, Photonics Industries has been creating the development history of harmonic solid-state lasers, especially Q-switched...
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A solid-state laser that is continuously tunable in the wavelength region from 700 to 1100 nm. It is suitable for both pulsed and continuous-wave operation. Usually written Ti:sapphire.
continuous-wave (CW) laser
A laser that emits radiation continuously rather than in short bursts, as in a pulsed laser.
A laser that emits energy in a series of short bursts or pulses and that remains inactive between each burst or pulse. The frequency of the pulses is termed the pulse-repetition frequency.
argon ion lasers
solid state lasers
ultra short pulse lasers
ultra-short pulse lasers
700 nm to 1100 nm
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