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Wideband Swept Laser Engines

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Wideband Swept Laser EnginesWideband Swept Laser Engines from Axsun Technologies Corp. achieve tuning ranges beyond 140 nm for both the 1310- and 1060-nm laser platforms.

The lasers provide a tuning bandwidth, output power, sweep speed, and coherence length to enable high performance in next-generation optical coherence tomography (OCT) systems. With a design focused on micro-optical integration capabilities and a patented micro-electromechanical tunable filter, the scalable laser platform can be used in the medical and non-medical markets.

Lasers are offered in the 1060-, 1310-, and 1220-nm spectral bands. Sweep rates range from 50 to 200 kHz for high-speed and high-resolution imaging, and from 1 to 30 kHz for optical biometry.

Photonics Spectra
May 2020
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