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photonics.com: December 2003

NEWS & FEATURES
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Triformix Funding Round Nets $5.2 M
SANTA ROSA, Calif., Dec. 1 -- Triformix Inc., a precision-molded optical components company specializing in optical semiconductor packaging, announced it has closed a second round of funding...
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Corning to Supply Mirror Blanks for Research Telescope
CORNING, N.Y. , Dec. 1 -- The Lowell Observatory near Flagstaff, Ariz., has selected Corning Inc. to manufacture the mirror blanks for the Discovery Channel Telescope (DCT). Corning will create a...
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Photonic Products Group Acquires Laser Optics
NORTHVALE, N.J., Dec. 2 -- Photonic Products Group Inc. (PPGI) announced Monday it has acquired the assets and certain liabilities of Laser Optics Inc. (LOI) of Bethel, Conn., for an undisclosed sum...
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Fischer Imaging Receives NCI Grant
DENVER & CHICAGO, Dec. 2 -- Fischer Imaging announced it has received a $1.2 million Small Business Innovation Research grant from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) to fund an effort with IBM to...
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Cognex Acquires Gavitec Machine Vision Unit
NATICK, Mass., Dec. 2 -- Cognex Corp., a supplier of machine vision systems, announced Monday it has acquired the machine vision business of Gavitec AG of Aachen, Germany, for an undisclosed amount...
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Optical Spending Stabilizes; Growth Expected Through 2006
SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 2 -- Worldwide optical network hardware revenue hit $2 billion in the third quarter of 2003, a 3 percent decrease from the second quarter, according to Optical Network...
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BT, Broadwing Settle Blown-Fiber Patent Suit
LONDON, Dec. 3 -- BT announced today the settlement of its litigation against Cincinnati Bell Inc. and Broadwing Communications Inc., brought in the US District Court for the District of Delaware for...
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Zeiss, Hakuto Invest in Molecular Imprints
AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 3 -- Molecular Imprints Inc. (MII), a manufacturer of nanolithography systems and step and flash imprint lithography technology, has made investment and collaboration agreements...
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Raytheon Awarded GOES-R Satellite System Contract
AURORA, Colo., Dec. 3 -- Raytheon Co. has been selected by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) for a one-year study contract worth $2.5 million, as an initial step toward the...
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Virtual Colonoscopy as Effective as Conventional Method
CHICAGO, Dec. 3 -- Three-dimensional computed tomography (CT) colonography, also known as virtual colonoscopy, is as sensitive as and less invasive than conventional colonoscopy in screening...
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UAlbany Nanotech Project Probed
ALBANY, N.Y., Dec. 4 -- Professors and other staff members at the University at Albany (UAlbany) are demanding an investigation into the school's nanotechnology graduate school and research program...
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SEMI Survey Forecasts Growth
CHIBA, Japan, Dec. 4 -- The world's leading manufacturers of semiconductor equipment expect sales to increase this year to $21.4 billion, more than eight percent above the $19.8 billion in sales...
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Researchers Make Nanotech Discovery Using DNA
WILMINGTON, Del., Dec. 4 -- A collaborative group of DuPont-led scientists have discovered an innovative way to advance electronics applications through the use of DNA that sorts carbon nanotubes. ...
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President Bush Signs Nanotechnology Act
WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 -- President Bush signed the 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act into law this week, authorizing funding for nanotechnology research and development (R&D) over...
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Terahertz Center Dedicated at RPI
TROY, N.Y., Dec. 5 -- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) took another step toward its goal of achieving world-class status as a terahertz research center with the dedication of the W. M. Keck...
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China Merger Creates Photop Technologies
FUZHOU, China, Dec. 8 -- Koncent Communication Inc., Shanghai Uniwave Technologies Co. Ltd., Fujian Sandgy Optronics Inc. and Fuzhou Microlattice Semiconductor Co. Ltd. announced they have agreed to...
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Spectra-Physics Forms Strategic Marketing Group
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Dec. 8 -- Spectra-Physics announced it has created a new strategic marketing group that will focus on four key market segments: microelectronics, industrial manufacturing,...
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3-D Imaging Chip Has Broad Potential
SCHAUMBURG, Ill., Dec. 9 -- A collaborative effort among Motorola's Semiconductor Products Sector, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's (MIT) Media Lab's Center for Bits and Atoms and Elesys...
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Report: MEMS Gyros Replacing Older Technologies
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Dec. 9 -- With the ability to sense and measure rotational motion becoming a critical component for several automotive and military applications, revenues of microelectromechanical...
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Sensors Unlimited Receives Air Force Contract
PRINCETON, N.J., Dec. 9 -- Sensors Unlimited Inc., a provider of short-wave infrared imaging products based on indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) technology, has received a follow-on Phase 1b contract...
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BAE Systems to Advance Uncooled IR Production
LEXINGTON, Mass., Dec. 10 -- BAE Systems has been awarded a three-year, $4.5 million contract by the Department of the Interior for the US Army to improve producibility and lower the cost of advanced...
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IBM Demos Nanotechnology Method for Chip Components
ARMONK, N.Y., Dec. 10 -- IBM announced this week it has applied a novel approach in nanotechnology to aid conventional semiconductor processing, potentially enabling continued device miniaturization...
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Mediacom DWDM Network Uses Nortel Platform
ANAHEIM, Calif., Dec. 10 -- Cable TV company Mediacom Communications Corp. announced it has deployed a carrier-grade dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) network based on Nortel Networks's...
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ADVA Demos Live Network in Germany
MARTINSRIED/MUNICH, Germany & MAHWAH, N.J., Dec. 11 -- ADVA Optical Networking announced it has demonstrated a live network showcase as part of Deutsche Telekom's Global Seamless Network (GSN)...
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Pirelli Completes Farice Submarine Telecom System
MILAN, Dec. 11 -- Pirelli announced it has completed a submarine cable system for Farice Hf, a joint venture of Iceland Telecom and Faroese Telecom, to be used as the main infrastructure for their...
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General Dynamics Robotic Systems to Develop Autonomous Navigation System
WESTMINSTER, Md., Dec. 11 -- General Dynamics Robotic Systems and Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC) have signed a $185 million contract to develop the autonomous navigation system for...
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Johns Hopkins Technology to Guide Undersea Robot
BALTIMORE, Md., Dec. 11 -- The robotic "brain" that will steer a new remotely operated vehicle through the deepest parts of the world's oceans will employ technology devised by engineers at The Johns...
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U Rochester Laser Lab Granted $63 Million
ROCHESTER, N.Y., Dec. 11 -- More than $63 million has been appropriated to operate and expand the University of Rochester's Laboratory for Laser Energetics (LLE) as part of the US House of...
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Terahertz Center Opening Signals Wave of RPI's Future
TROY, N.Y., Dec. 10 -- Change is in the air at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). Bulldozers were poised at a campus construction site last Friday -- a cloudy, bitingly cold day that...
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Lehigh to Acquire Electron Microscopy Instruments
BETHLEHEM, Pa., Dec. 12 -- Lehigh University said it will receive National Science Foundation funding to acquire a new, aberration-corrected transmission electron microscope and an aberration...
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GSI Lumonics Acquires Westwind Air Bearings
BILLERICA, Mass., Dec. 12 -- GSI Lumonics Inc., a supplier of precision motion control components, lasers and laser-based advanced manufacturing systems to medical, semiconductor, electronics and...
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Air Force Lab, U New Mexico to Study Chemical Lasers
KIRTLAND AIR FORCE BASE, N.M., Dec. 12 -- Improved chemical lasers is just one of the expected outcomes of a collaboration between the University of New Mexico and the Air Force Research Laboratory...
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Danaher Corp. to Acquire Gendex
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 -- Danaher Corp. announced it has signed a definitive agreement to purchase the Gendex division of Dentsply International Inc. for approximately $102.5 million in cash. The...
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Rockwell Scientific to Make Telescope IR Sensors
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif., Dec. 15 -- The University of Arizona announced it has selected Rockwell Scientific Co. LLC to provide the infrared focal plane arrays for the James Webb Space Telescope...
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NSF Funds Nanotech Education, Research Team
WASHINGTON, Dec. 15 -- Thirteen US universities will participate in the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN), a five-year project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to...
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Innovative Communication to Acquire Belize Telecommunications
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., Dec. 15 -- Innovative Communication Corp. LLC has agreed to acquire Belize Telecommunications Ltd. (BTO), the national telephone company of Belize, it was announced last week. ...
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China Netcom, Alcatel to Build Beijing Network
PARIS and BEIJING, Dec. 16 -- Alcatel and Beijing Communications Corp., a subsidiary of China Netcom, announced today they have signed a $20 million contract to build an intelligent optical network...
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New Microtechnology Center Planned in Vermont
RUTLAND, Vt., Dec. 16 -- A microtechnology center with the potential to generate hundreds of jobs is about to be created in Bennington, Vt., according to an article in Monday's Rutland Herald. The...
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Lumenis, Trimedyne Settle Lawsuit
YOKNEAM, Israel, Dec. 17 -- Lumenis Ltd. and Trimedyne Inc. announced yesterday they settled litigation between them and have agreed to a long-term commercial arrangement covering the manufacture by...
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Engineers to Study Sensor Networks
BOSTON, Mass., Dec. 17 -- Fans of the television show Star Trek know that finding a colleague in a large spaceship is as simple as asking the computer to locate the individual's communication device....
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Survey: Telecom Service Providers Aren't Keeping Pace
NEW YORK, Dec. 17 -- Telecommunication service providers say they are behind in making changes required to survive in a highly competitive marketplace, according to a global survey by Deloitte, a...
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SBC Picks Alcatel Fiber for FTTP Test
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Dec. 18 -- SBC Communications Inc. has announced a four-year primary supplier agreement with Alcatel for its fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) initiative. SBC said the agreement will...
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Federico Capasso Recognized for QC Laser Research
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Dec. 18 -- Federico Capasso, a professor of applied physics and a senior research fellow in electrical engineering at Harvard University, has been awarded both the 2004 Arthur L....
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IR Spectrograph Captures Stellar Images
ITHACA, N.Y., Dec. 19 -- An instrument aboard NASA's recently launched orbiting infrared observatory has found evidence of organic molecules in an enormously powerful galaxy some 3.25 billion light...
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Qwest to Buy Allegiance Telecom Assets
DENVER, Dec. 19 -- Denver-based Qwest Communications International Inc. agreed yesterday to buy assets of the bankrupt Allegiance Telecom for $300 million in cash. Qwest intends to purchase network...
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Tyco Telecommunications to Upgrade Telefonica Undersea Network
MORRISTOWN, N.J., Dec. 22 -- Telefonica International Wholesale Services and Tyco Telecommunications have signed a contract for a network upgrade for the Emergia Cable System, Telefonica's undersea...
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Verizon Picks Fiber-to-the-Premises Vendors
NEW YORK, Dec. 22 -- Verizon took another step forward in its plan to begin deploying fiber- to-the-premises (FTTP) systems next year by completing the selection of equipment manufacturers and...
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Microscopes Provide New View For Tissue Engineering
GAITHERSBURG, Md., Dec. 22 -- A novel combination of microscopes can peer deep into tissue-engineering scaffolds and monitor the growth and differentiation of cells ultimately intended to develop...
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GSI Lumonics Wins Order for Laser Trim Systems
BILLERICA, Mass., Dec. 22 -- GSI Lumonics Inc. has received an order for multiple WaferTrim M310 systems from a US-based integrated circuit manufacturer. The total value of this order is...
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National Science Foundation to Fund Nanotech Network
ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 23 -- The National Science Board, the 24-member policy advisory body of the National Science Foundation (NSF), has authorized the foundation to fund a National Nanotechnology...
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Fibers Thinner Than Wavelengths of Light
ARLINGTON, Va., Dec. 23 -- Researchers have developed a process to create wires only 50 nanometers (billionths of a meter) thick. Made from silica, the same mineral found in quartz, the wires carry...
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Cree Develops New GaN Devices
DURHAM, N.C., Dec. 24 -- Cree Inc. announced it has developed a new class of gallium nitride (GaN) power transistors that produce a continuous wave (CW) power density of 32 W/mm and 55 percent power...
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Lockheed, PerkinElmer Demo Missile Fuze
ORLANDO, Fla., Dec. 24 -- Lockheed Martin and teammate PerkinElmer Optoelectronics demonstrated the multitarget warhead fuze for Lockheed Martin's proposed joint common missile (JCM) in a series of...
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BEI Technologies Acquires OpticNet
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 29 -- BEI Technologies Inc. announced last week it has acquired OpticNet as a wholly owned subsidiary of the company. OpticNet, based in Hayward, Calif., makes optical components...
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Photonics Companies Form EPIC Group
PARIS, Dec. 29 -- Five European photonics companies have established a new photonics association, the European Photonics Industry Consortium, or EPIC. Founding members are Aixtron AG, Cambridge...
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Environmental Research Sparked GloFish Craze
AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 30 -- The GloFish, the in-demand fluorescent zebra fish that's being called the first gentically engineered pet, was originally bred to help detect contaminated waterways, said...
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Student Spends Holidays Watching Water Freeze at the South Pole
RIVER FALLS, Wisc., Dec. 30 -- College students are often known to head south during breaks. Jonathan Eisch took that to the extreme this year when he left wintry Wisconsin for frozen Antarctica....
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Cypress Acquires Cascade
SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 30 --Cypress Semiconductor Corp. announced today it has closed its agreement to acquire Cascade Semiconductor Corp., a company specializing in one-transistor (1T) pseudo-SRAM...
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Vitesse to Acquire Cicada
CAMARILLO, Calif., Dec. 30 -- Vitesse Semiconductor Corp. announced yesterday it will acquire Cicada Semiconductor Corp. for approximately $66 million in cash. Cicada is a supplier of DSP-based...
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Sorrento Networks to Raise $6.35 M Funding
SAN DIEGO, Dec. 31 -- Sorrento Networks Corp., a supplier of optical networking equipment, announced it has signed definitive agreements to raise approximately $6.35 million in gross proceeds from a...
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NSF Funds Digital Blue Online Learning Effort
ATLANTA, Dec. 31 -- Digital Blue, the consumer division of Prime Entertainment Inc., of Atlanta, has been awarded a $100,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to fund an Internet-based...
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Rover on Course for Mars Landing
PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 31 -- NASA's Spirit rover spacecraft fired its thrusters for 3.4 seconds on Dec. 26, to make a slight and possibly final correction in its flight path about a week before...


PRODUCTS
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High-Performance Polarizers
BOULDER, Colo., Dec. 3 -- Alpine Research Optics (ARO) has introduced a new series of high-performance polarizers for use with Nd:YAG and Nd:YVO4 lasers operating at 1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm and 266...
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High-Speed InGaAs Photodiodes
HAWTHORNE, Calif., Dec. 3 -- OSI Fibercomm, a subsidiary of OSI Systems, has introduced the 155 Mb/s-622 Mb/s InGaAs photodiodes with TIAs for datacom and telecom applications. The FCI-InGaAs-XXX...
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CODE V (Release 9.4)
PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 9 -- Optical Research Associates (ORA) has announced CODE V release 9.4, which adds powerful system visualization capabilities to this popular optical design program. The new...
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Enhanced Polarization-Maintaining Fibers
CORNING, N.Y., Dec. 23 -- Corning Inc. has announced two new polarization-maintaining (PM) optical fibers with higher numerical aperture (NA) and high-temperature polyimide coating. These newest...
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PTS Pressure and Temperature Sensor System
CARLSBAD, Calif., Dec. 29 -- Oluma's deep well optical pressure and temperature-sensing system has exceeded customer expectations for high signal loss environments. High signal loss can occur from...
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High-Speed Multichannel Optometer
NEWBURYPORT, Mass., Dec. 29 -- Gigahertz-Optik's P-9801 optometer provides high-speed 8-channel parallel signal processing for a wide variety of radiometric/photometric/colorimetric applications...
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High-Performance Polarizers
BOULDER, Colo., Dec. 3 -- Alpine Research Optics (ARO) has introduced a new series of high-performance polarizers for use with Nd:YAG and Nd:YVO4 lasers operating at 1064 nm, 532 nm, 355 nm and 266...
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New MegaPlus II Digital Imaging Systems
The new Redlake MegaPlus II family of cameras include single and 3-CCD cameras with resolutions up to 11 megapixels per single CCD, and frame rates up to 30 fps. The MegaPlus II imaging system is...
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FASTCAM-X 512 PCI
Using one of the most light-sensitive CMOS sensors available today, the FASTCAM-X 512 PCI brings high-speed photography and slow-motion analysis to a desktop near you. Packing the punch of a...
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OL 770-DMS Display Measurement System
Optronic Laboratories’ OL 770-DMS, comprised of the OL 770 High-speed test and measurement system and the new OL 610 CCD imaging telescope, offers a complete solution for display measurement...
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Custom Fabrication Metal Mirrors; Optical Flats
Fabrication services including optical polishing, diamond machining and lapping. Optical flats in glass, ceramic or metal to 1/20 wave. Surface roughness to less than 20 angstroms. Typical...
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Light Measurement Instrumentation
For over 30 years, Optronic Laboratories Inc. has designed and manufactured industrial and research-grade light measurement instrumentation for science, industry and the military. Whether our...
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CO2 and CO Lasers
Manufacturer of small, stable and tunable RF-excited CO2 and CO lasers. Wavelength range: 9-11 and 5.2-6 im. Laser products include portable battery operated, power stabilized with closed-loop...
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DM Series – Highest Pulse Energy Available
Photonics Industries' DM Series of diode-pumped Nd:YLF Q-switched green lasers offer high pulse energies at high repetition rates in a compact, "hands-free" system with long-term...
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Compact, Diode-Pumped Laser – The DC Series
The newly developed DC Series of air-cooled, diode-pumped, harmonic solid-state Q-switched lasers offer a compact, "hands-free" system with the long-term reliability that the manufacturing...
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LightTools
Optical Research Associates, of Pasadena, Calif., has announced LightTools version 5.0, featuring optimization capability, an industry first. The LightTools optimization module, one of four modules...
Synopsys, Inc., Optical Solutions Group
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CODE V
Optical Research Associates has announced CODE V release 9.4, which adds powerful system visualization capabilities to this popular optical design program. The new interactive 3-D viewing feature...
Synopsys, Inc., Optical Solutions Group
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Blue Laser Diode Module
With 16 mW of output, Power Technology Inc.'s 440-± 10-nm blue laser diode module is four times more powerful than its predecessor. The unit's increased power, combined with its exceptional...
Power Technology, Inc.
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Smallest Miniature High-Resolution Encoder
GPI Models R119 and R120 optical incremental encoders are designed for light industrial applications that require high resolution in a very small package. Available in either shafted or blind-hollow...
Gurley Precision Instruments, Inc.
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FluoFit (Version 3.3)
BERLIN, Germany, Dec. 9 -- PicoQuant has just released version 3.3 of the FluoFit multi-exponential fluorescence decay fitting software for PCs. The new release provides extended data import formats...
PicoQuant GmbH
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CODE V (Release 9.4)
PASADENA, Calif., Dec. 9 -- Optical Research Associates (ORA) has announced CODE V release 9.4, which adds powerful system visualization capabilities to this popular optical design program. The new...
Synopsys, Inc., Optical Solutions Group
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Specialty Multimode Silica/Silica Optical Fibers and Assemblies
Designer and manufacturer specialty multimode step-index UV-VIS and VIS-NIR fused silica fibers, plastic clad silica and hard plastic silica fibers as well as fiber optic assemblies. Do you want to...
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Quantel's New Laser : BRIO
Quantel is introducing the "Brio," a new Q-switched Nd:YAG laser, at Photonics West. This laser is aimed at the needs of both scientific and industrial users for the coming years. The design...
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New VisGaAs Material Enables Visible and Near-Infrared Imaging
Indigo Systems new VisGaAs is a broad-spectrum performing substance that enables both visible and near-infrared imaging on a single photodetector. It is based on a dynamic new method for processing...
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Family of BBO Pockels Cells
CCI offers a range of BBO Pockels cells. BBO is preferred to KDP for high-average power and high-repetition-rate applications. In addition to our well-known Light-Gate series, we also offer the...
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InGaAs-1024 Spectrometers
StellarNet has announced high-performance NIR spectrometers for the 0.9-2.2-um range with optics that have no moving parts. The TE-cooled detectors are InGaAs photo diode arrays with 1024 (or 512)...
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Multi-Channel Spectrometers, Custom Optics, Optical Design and Consulting
P&P Optica is a leading-edge supplier of optical and photonic solutions for a variety of commercial, medical and research applications. P&P Optica's products include a line of multichannel...
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4-Megapixel Progressive Scan Camera
SEEFELD, Germany, Dec. 16 -- SVS-Vistek has released a progressive scan, 4-megapixel camera featuring a resolution of 2048 x 2048 pixels with 7,4 µm pitch. The frame rate is 16 full images/second. A...
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High-Resolution Machine Vision System
ALCOA, Tenn., Dec. 17 -- Pilot Automation Co. has announced the release of its new PC-based machine vision system. Designed for general-purpose automated inspections, the VPC-1.3 is a Windows XP...
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Enhanced Polarization-Maintaining Fibers
CORNING, N.Y., Dec. 23 -- Corning Inc. has announced two new polarization-maintaining (PM) optical fibers with higher numerical aperture (NA) and high-temperature polyimide coating. These newest...
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Miniature Lenses for Compact Camera Modules
CARLSBAD, Calif., Dec. 23 -- Sunex Inc. has released five plastic and hybrid lenses designed for compact camera modules (CCM). These lenses are designed with the shortest possible total track, with...
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PTS Pressure and Temperature Sensor System
CARLSBAD, Calif., Dec. 29 -- Oluma's deep well optical pressure and temperature-sensing system has exceeded customer expectations for high signal loss environments. High signal loss can occur from...
Oluma, Inc.
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High-Speed Multichannel Optometer
NEWBURYPORT, Mass., Dec. 29 -- Gigahertz-Optik's P-9801 optometer provides high-speed 8-channel parallel signal processing for a wide variety of radiometric/photometric/colorimetric applications...
Gigahertz-Optik, Inc.
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Super Q-Switch
A new compressional mode, water-cooled, AO Q-Switch designed to work with unpolarized lasers giving faster switching, better pulse-to-pulse stability and higher power densities. This Q-Switch uses a...
Gooch & Housego (UK) Ltd.
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HQML High-Stability Laser Diode Module
Frankfurt Laser Co. offers a new line of temperature-stabilized laser diode modules. The modules offer circular beam shape combined with low beam divergence, ultrastable power output (< 1%) and...
Frankfurt Laser Company
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Fiber-coupled DBR laser diode modules
Frankfurt Laser Co. showcases a new line of DBR-type fiber laser diode modules. Module incorporates an FP chip coupled with an SM fiber with an integrated Bragg grating, which ensures the line width...
Frankfurt Laser Company
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Diamond Turning
We specialize in producing high-quality aspheric, diffractive, hybrid and spherical components from a variety of materials, including ZnS, ZnSe, Ge, Si, metals and polymers. Our experienced...
Naked Optics Corp.
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Integrating Spheres and Systems
SphereOptics designs, produces and sells precision standard and custom radiometric and photometric products addressing the needs of the aerospace, automotive, electronic imaging, laser diode, LED,...
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Aspheric Mirrors and Optical Components
Manufacturing custom precision optical components, specializing in on- and off-axis parabolic mirrors and prototype optical elements. Flat, spherical and aspheric mirrors and lenses are fabricated...
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Light-Shaping Diffuser Films, Optical Components, Holographic Lightpipes, High-Resolution Screens
Physical Optics Corp. (POC) manufactures holographic light-shaping diffuser (LSD) films, optical components, holographic lightpipes, optical waveguides, high-resolution rear projection screens and...
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UV Filters of Highest Transmittance
Using thin-film optical filters to select a single wavelength band, the filters are usually completed by color glasses that reject the unwanted wavelength regions by absorption. However, high...
Optics Balzers Jena
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Optical Glass and Blanks
Pilkington optical glass is now available for immediate delivery from Naked Optics' stock in fine annealed form. Typical strip size is 240x370 mm, with thickness ranging from 25 mm to 100 mm. We...
Naked Optics Corp.

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