beam resonator

beam resonator

[′bēm ′rez·ən‚ād·ər]
(optics)
A device which acts to confine a laser beam or other beam of electromagnetic radiation to a given region of space without continuous guidance along the beam. Also known as open resonator.
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Simple cantilever and fixed beam resonator structures that use electrostatic actuation were fabricated on 200 mm wafers in standard production tools, using materials and processes routinely employed for on-chip interconnect in a typical CMOS line.
These systems include an Antimatter Field Projector Device and the Tractor Beam Resonator Cannon.