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PPLN Waveguide

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COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 1, 2014 — Srico PPLN waveguideOffering a packaged solution for 2000-nm laser frequency up-conversion, a new waveguide from Srico is for use in fiber-based frequency combs and spectroscopy.

The periodically poled lithium niobate (PPLN) waveguide has input and output fibers and a thermoelectric cooler for temperature stabilization.

The waveguide is designed to accept a broadband laser wavelength in the 2000-nm region and output a frequency-doubled signal centered at 1064nm, providing a reference wavelength with very narrow linewidth.
Dec 2014

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