mode-locked laser

mode-locked laser

[′mōd ‚läkt ′lā·zər]
(optics)
A laser designed so that several modes of oscillation with closely spaced wavelengths, in which the laser would normally oscillate, are synchronized so that a pulse of light, lasting for as little as a picosecond, is generated.
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