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Master Oscillator Power Amplifier

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BERLIN, Jan. 18, 2022 — Master Oscillator Power AmplifierThe µMOPA Master Oscillator Power Amplifier from TOPTICA eagleyard features a distributed Bragg reflector laser and tapered amplifier monolithically integrated onto a chip with a standard 14-pin butterfly package.

The product is easily mountable due to the use of standard sockets, while the circular beam profile is especially beneficial for fiber coupling and focusing. The µMOPA will mainly be used in Raman spectroscopy and interferometry, as well as research in higher education and various institutions. Its ease of use and robustness serves as protection against environmental influences, enabling scalability.
Jan 2022

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