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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The microring comb generator may serve as a competing technology to a special type of laser called a mode-locked laser, which generates many frequencies and short pulses.
rep]) of the mode-locked laser is normally phase locked to a multiple of the frequency of a GPS disciplined rubidium oscillator (GPSDO) (11).
It simultaneously measures temporal, spectral, and spatial characteristics of ultrafast mode-locked laser pulses.
The visible green light is pumped into a titanium sapphire mode-locked laser, which produces ultra-short pulses of radiation in the near-infrared range.
Here, a mode-locked laser generates femtosecond pulses of red photons (700 nm) to excite a UV dye.
To understand the characteristics of the mode-locked laser gain segment, an understanding of the gain modulation and saturable absorber segments is needed.
Contract Notice: School of Physics & Astronomy require a Mode-Locked Laser for their Masters / Doctoral level teaching laboratories to carry out experiments in non-linear optics and spectroscopy.
The new time-domain stability was achieved by using improved feedback loops and actuators in the mode-locked laser.
A passive-star architecture has been implemented that uses a 110 MHz repetition rate, mode-locked laser with external modulators to generate the baseband data and operates at a multiplexed data rate of 5 Gbit/s to support up to 50 user channels.
Contract award: 2 x ti: sa femtosecond mode-locked laser system.
The source of the pulses is usually a mode-locked laser with a pulse repetition rate of 100 MHz.
Contract notice: LUV00580 The supply, installation and commissioning of Tunable, Infrared, Mode-locked Lasers for Fluorescence Super-Resolution Microscopy.