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quantum cascade laser

[¦kwänt·əm ‚kas‚kād ′lā·zər]
(optics)
A semiconductor laser whose light is generated by electronic transitions between bound states created by quantum confinement in alternating ultrathin layers of semiconductor material.
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Optaphi will demonstrate compact sensors that can be used in unmanned aerial vehicles for environment sensing, as low cost sensors for food monitoring and in industrial process analytical technology, and produce new state of the art quantum cascade lasers and hybrid photonic crystal lasers customised for qepas and pts.
M2 PRESSWIRE-August 8, 2019-: Global Quantum Cascade Lasers Market Analysis, Trends, and Forecasts (2019-2025) with Market Share Breakdown of Key Players
'The big picture is that the miniaturisation of photo-acoustic spectroscopy based on quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) is entering the stage of mass production,' said Jean-Guillaume Coutard, an instrumentation engineer at Leti, who coordinated the project.
has acquired quantum cascade lasers AdTech Optics, Inc.
As an IR source, we used a set of four quantum cascade lasers (QCL).
Celebi, "A complete CAD model for type-I quantum cascade lasers with the use of artificial bee colony algorithm", Journal of Artificial Intelligence, vol.
Muller, "Gain-guided broad area quantum cascade lasers emitting 23.5 W peak power at room temperature," Optics Express, vol.
"Quantum Cascade Lasers are an emerging technology with significant potential and Stratium's Bruar chip is an excellent example of how they're increasingly being used in a wide range of everyday technological applications.
Furthermore the recent availability of widely tunable mid-infrared lasers such as Optical Parametric Oscillators and External Cavity Quantum Cascade Lasers opens a plethora of new applications due to the high resolution multi-component spectroscopy combined with advanced chemometric models.
Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) operate with high power at wavelengths suited to detecting molecules significant to humans.
Materials research has played an essential role in filling the THz gap, beginning with the development of THz quantum cascade lasers, which rely heavily on semiconductor heterostructured artificial nanomaterials.
Quantum cascade lasers are introduced in the lasers section while the detectors section covers the use of various kinds of superlattice structures primarily for detection of IR light.
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