Beam Profiling: A Brief Review of Best Practices

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Author: Jay Jeong
Friday, October 20, 2017

Currently, lasers that vary widely in light wavelengths and beam powers are available for many scientific, industrial, and medical applications. This article reviews the components that comprise a laser beam profiler, and describes the methods of choosing the right camera and attenuator, and other accessories based on the specifications and the characteristics of the laser source.

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