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Single-Wavelength Laser Diode

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Eblana Photonics Ltd. has introduced a single-wavelength 2000-nm laser diode module based on the proprietary Discrete Mode laser technology platform. The optically isolated laser module uses a strained quantum well design to provide stable distributed feedbacklike performance.

It is available in wavelengths from 1995 to 2020 nm and is suited for carbon dioxide detection using the 2004-nm absorption line. It delivers high spectral purity, with a typical side-mode-suppression ratio of 45 dB, and provides good device-to-device wavelength and performance uniformity

Photonics Spectra
Jul 2012
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