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FIFO Isolators

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Gooch & Housego has launched a line of high-power fiber-in, fiber-out (FIFO) isolators for the pulsed fiber laser market.

It complements the company’s existing portfolio of high-power fiber laser components, including kilowatt-class multimode fiber combiners; single-mode fused tap couplers and wavelength combiners; fiber-coupled acousto-optic modulators; fiber end caps and mode-field adapters; fiber-in, beam-out isolators; and fiber-coupled second-harmonic-generation modules.

The FIFO isolator is used between amplification stages in high-power pulsed fiber laser systems to isolate the initial lower power stages from backreflected pulses as well as parasitic lasing and is designed to operate at average powers of >20 W.

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Photonics Spectra
Jul 2012

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