Laser beam expanders are used within laser systems to expand or increase the size of a collimated beam
Consider a collimated beam
of monoenergetic electrons that is directed at an opaque wall containing two narrow, parallel, and closely spaced slits A and B, with a detection screen at some distance beyond the slits.
The 2x4 mm collimated beam
can now be programmed to operate in several modes with a manual step, programmable step, and programmable sweep.
The Aerosol Jet process creates a highly collimated beam
of material that remains tightly focused during its travel from the nozzle to the target substrate.
A robot (Figure 1) delivers highly focused 6MV photon radiation from a single, highly collimated beam
from hundreds of angles.
The TOM500 system delivers a 6-inch diameter expanded and collimated beam
over a working distance of 5,000 feet which can cover an area of up to 10,000 feet, depending on the runway profile and airfield topography.
A judge was told how the container was "found to be emitting a narrow collimated beam
of radiation, of a very high dose rate, vertically down from that package base".
The laser is a light amplifier generating a bright, collimated beam
of light at a specific wavelength.
Biodosimetry involves employing a microorganism for which the UV dose-response curve can be determined accurately in a collimated beam
The QXi analyzers use a collimated beam
of 13mm to 0.
In contrast, tumoricidal radiation doses delivered by traditional external beam therapy--via a collimated beam
of radiation from an external source--typically range between 100 and 120 Gy.
LaserScan is a widely tunable mid-infrared spectrometer that uses a collimated beam
to analyze gases across ducts.