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Frequency Comb Laser

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PALO ALTO, Calif., Oct. 4, 2019 — Frequency Comb LaserThe Mendocino Frequency Comb Laser from Calmar Laser is designed for optical communications and the growth of internet data traffic.

The compact, 1560-nm femtosecond laser module provides a stable frequency comb source with an average power of >15 mW and a broad spectral output of 100 nm. With a simple 5-VDC control input, the laser can easily integrate into optical communications test equipment.
Sep 2019

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