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Fiber-coupled DBR laser diode modules

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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 in the 250-500 KHz range. Laser diode modules are available in near IR range from 780 nm to 1690 nm and power from 1 mW to 25 mW out of the fiber. They are supplied in DIL-14 and butterfly housing including TEC, thermistor and monitor diode. Fiber can be terminated with any industry standard optical connector. Applications include spectroscopy, metrology, direct frequency doubling, Raman laser seeding, LIDAR and telecommunications.
Dec 2003

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