gas dynamic laser

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gas dynamic laser

[¦gas dī¦nam·ik ′lā·zər]
(optics)
A gas laser that converts thermal energy directly into coherent radiation at an efficiency high enough to offer promise of wireless power transmission.
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The patient successfully received 3D-SD-OCT-guided thermal laser treatment that is used in congenital optic disc pits complicated with macular schisis.
Our technology is at proof of concept stage (TRL6) and is based upon a novel, method of thermal laser frequency control.
It is likely to be fitted with a thermal laser range-finder for night combat.
Older modes of therapy, such as thermal laser, are now rarely used.
LaserMax pioneered the application of Long Wave and Mid Wave IR Thermal Laser Markers and currently holds three related U.
a Highland Heights, Ohio-based microprecision contract manufacturer, introduced an a thermal laser technology called Noble Ultralight.
Noble UltraLight[TM]: This a thermal laser machining process was developed to create highly precise features in any material, such as bioabsorbable polymers and nitinol, without producing any heat affected zone.
Another directed-energy development is nonlethal thermal laser technology.
For the exudative (wet) form, current proven treatments include thermal laser photocoagulation, verteporfin photodynamic therapy, and Macugen injections.
Some cases of the wet form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) can be treated with thermal laser surgery or with photodynamic laser therapy, but neither treatment can restore lost vision.
The company provides mid-wave (MWIR) and long-wave (LWIR) thermal laser pointers, sensors for stand-off detection of explosives and chemical agents, and high power illuminators for infrared countermeasures, thermal imaging and aiming.