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Ultrafast Laser Systems Find Work Outside the Lab

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Amplified ultrafast Ti:sapphire laser systems with typical performance of 100 fs and 1 mJ at 1 kHz are moving into mainstream research and industrial applications.

Danny Anderson, Dr. Jurgen Kolenda, David Heck, Dr. Qiang Fu and Mark Ortiz

Two basic types of amplified ultrafast Ti:sapphire laser systems are commercially available: individual component systems, such as the Titan or Odin from?Quantronix Corp., where the mode-locked oscillator, pump laser and amplifier are separate units, and all-in-one systems, such as the company’s Integra. Which system a user chooses depends on the application. Component systems offer the user a great deal of flexibility in selecting output pulse energies and wavelength. Amplifiers generally offer a tuning range of 750 to 850 nm. Typically these component systems take up about half...Read full article

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