fundamental wavelength

fundamental wavelength

[¦fən·də¦ment·əl ′wāv‚leŋkth]
(physics)
Of an oscillatory device, that wavelength corresponding to its fundamental frequency.
References in periodicals archive ?
As CaBL crystal shows wide transmission vary, ranging from 230 nm ahead, it is used for optical operation as well as frequency doubling of Nd:YAG (neodymium- doped yttrium aluminium garnet; Nd:Y3Al5O12) laser of fundamental wavelength with l=1064 nm.
Furthermore, the ultrashort pulse lasers should have a fundamental wavelength in the infrared region.
The laser source comes with a fundamental wavelength of 1030 nm.
The Staccato laser, with a fundamental wavelength of 1 micron, delivers 13 pi-cosecond (0.
Nova is a neodymium-glass laser with a fundamental wavelength in the near infrared (1.
The product is compatible with the highly versatile fundamental wavelength of the YAG laser (1,064 nm), the second harmonic (532 nm) and the third harmonic (355 nm).
The patent is particularly useful in fiber MOPA (master-oscillator, power amplifier) systems where the (infra-red) IR fundamental wavelength is converted to green or (ultra-violet) UV wavelengths.